Good evening loyal readers. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your observant doggie reporter
Chester L. W. Spaniel.
I thought it would be a drab and dreary day today. The sun could hardly shine through the endless gray clouds.
Ghostwriter and Dad were just sitting down for dinner when we saw some crows fly by. There were only a few at first.
But then, more and more kept coming!
Soon there were so many that ghostwriter and I went outside to watch them. They continued to fly over for more than twenty minutes! We thought it was odd that they were all headed north instead of south. Ghostwriter wondered if they were going to the City of Rochester, which is north of here. It seems every year big flocks of crows gather in the City at night to roost and make all kinds of noise and mess. There must have been thousands of crows flying over our house this afternoon. I can't imagine all of them sitting in one place for the night!
Geese were flying as well, but they were headed south.
Oh, and one jet flew by.
By the time the sky was clear of flying birds, ghostwriter's diner was cold.