I almost lost you all and would have had to start over although it might not have been a bad thing. Having to do some computer maintenance, I lost my Feedly ... um ... feed, which is how I follow blogs and some other newsy things.
I could get back in but how? There are three methods: email, FB and Google. So, I asked them to send me the password associated with my email. No response, so maybe I used another method. I logged in using FB, but my stuff wasn't there. Finally, I tried logging in with Google, and my contacts are back. But I really need to clean my Feedly list because there are so many dead links there, and to some degree, you can take that statement as literal. Sadly.
The experience was for the birds, so to speak, and speaking of birds ... let's get back to Heather's feeding stations, shall we?
I left you with the second station, which was the wagon wheels. You may recall that I didn't get any photos of the first station, which was just a post.
Well, the wagon was a little far to observe from the cottage, so Heather went on the attack and set this up across the driveway with a clear view from the cottage. I have posted this one previously, but am posting again for the sake of the chronology.
But my sister-in-law had just begun. This was the next setup. You can see in this shot and most of the rest that the days became much more overcast.
She also set this up at ground level. The other bird is a junco.
The next day's theme was quite intoxicating.
That was followed by the village.
But the village had to be modified because it wasn't completely structurally sound in the wind.
Finally, the birds had a tea partly and dressed for the occasion in their feathery finery.
All in all, what fun we had.