Thursday, June 17, 2010

Fool'in around


Still nothing to write about other than I'm still grubbing up a few weeds and bushes in the cool of the mornings to make way for Dale's trailer when it gets here on the 28th. Took some pictures after the storm the other night and the only one worth posting is 9 points mountain again. Has double rainbows on this one, but the one further to the left is hard to make out. Also snapped a picture of the local lizard. Nice colors on them and there are many. That is Peppers favorite past time trying to catch them. She hasn't had any luck yet. They are way to fast for her and always find a bush or something else to hid in or under during the chases.
That's all for now folks.

16 comments:

  1. Your title for this blog even got my attention ... heehee I'm so silly.

    I love lizards, and that one is pretty ... and I always love your mountain/rainbow/scenic/sky photos.

    I am so excited about Dale coming!!

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  2. 11 more days to touchdown (I think) As for the title I was doing just that by posting it. :)

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  3. Took a look at the temps today. Said it was high of 94 today not too bad. but next few days are supposed to be around 104. Stay cool

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  4. Great lizard pic. What a beautiful creature, sleek and colorful, and a tremendously long tail. I've been out your way a lot and never seen one of these.
    Thanks for posting.
    Keep cool.

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  5. i have heard the lizards with blue tails are poisonous, but my cat eats them so im sure pepper will enjoy the catch once she finally gets one!!

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  6. Nick, sure felt a lot hotter than that!

    Allen, there are so many of those around here it is unreal. They are everywhere. Of course they didn't come out until the summer though.

    GJ, I hope they aren't poisonous or if they are she never catches one.

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  7. Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing. I believe the only poisonus lizzard in the area is a gila monster and I have seen one. It was about 18 inches long and fat!

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  8. frann, I think what he was saying was that they were poisonous if eaten like the poison arrow frog in south America. I've never heard of any like that up here though? I think most reptiles and insects that are poisonous to be eaten are usually a bright orange or yellow and some times with other colors mixed in.

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  9. I had a Gila Monster in a 5 gallon bucket in Odessa once until I figured out what it was. I asked the Game Warden to come see it...he told us what it was then took it out of town and released it.

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  10. We used to have a six foot iguana named Moses.

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  11. What's the Big'Ole TEN for?

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  12. Don't think I'd like to have either. ;)

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  13. 10 days until Dale's RV gets here. :)

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  14. Oh! Ten-Four, good buddy. This is Baby Ruth, over and out :)

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