This bird is a "brown boobie." They are usually found far south of Baltimore, but lately, a pair of them have been seen hanging around our harbor. Their name comes from the British sailors who found them easy to lure onto the deck, to be consumed for dinner. I don't think they look all that appetizing, but whatever.
There is something to be said for finding a product that fits perfectly in a little slot. In my car I have a little LED flashlight that nestles right into a hole in the dashboard. It's a happy world.
We are expecting some leaves to fall this weekend, what with Hurricane Joaquin flying up the coast. But don't leave your rake out on the porch or you'll be chasing it, along with the leaves.
Good news for this person, and how about this nice display of gratitude for those who helped him get to this point?
This is Malibu Creek State Park, and it's what's left of the old M*A*S*H television show set. Speed checked by Radar.
You used to see these all over the place...the "speak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil" guys. It's still good advice.
CBS Sunday Morning had a story about Don Henley and the small town he came from in Texas, and he mentioned having seen this movie back in the day and having to walk home afterwards. Note also who co-starred with Steve McQueen - Aneta Corseaut, soon to be our beloved Helen Crump on the Andy Griffith Show!
This week's free wallpaper! Because it's the prettiest time of the year, for my money!