Welcome, come inside and select your drink. There is coffee, several kinds of tea, and chocolate milk. lots BAKED some spice cupcake for us to munch on. It is warm enough to sit out on the patio to watch the parking area. This week we had a lot of rain. In Thursday a major Pacfic storm passed through the area. It brought, rain (1.4 inches), strong winds and even snowflakes. The temperature has dropped into The 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit range. The Boise River is flooding though greenbelt. Because of a lot of snow melt it has been necessary to release more water. Growing up I remember the floods along the river ever spring.
Above is group of raptors. The first and last pictures are of red-tail hawk. The next is an unknown, a sharp shinned hawk and a kestrel.
Yesterday evening, I was surprised to see the spring flowering pear trees almost open in one day. The grass is green all round and the birds are mating. A goldfish was sighted this morning.
No doctor’s appointments this week and it was a good relaxing week. I still have pains of old age, but I am much better than I was. I spent the time catching up on things I wanted to do. Bob and Kato are also showing signs of aging.
I will be putting my April 1 books released today in my site later today.
April 4 LAST CHANCE OLIVE by Susan Wittig Albert
SOUTHERN FRIED by Tonya Knapps
IF NOT FOR YOU by Debbie Macomber
FALSE PICTURE by Veronica Heley
April 8 CALLED TO JUSTICE by Edith Maxwell
FALSE STEP by Veronica Heley
FALSE PRETENCES by Veronica Heley
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