|OK, Molly is a killer dog. She got that squirrel from the roof of the shed today. First I heard the squirrel mocking Molly, who was on the ground looking up. When I knocked on the ceiling from the inside of the shed, the squirrel fled into the tree, continuing mocking Molly. It squirreled out on an outer limb and tried to jump in the brush pile beneath, but missed. That was Molly’s chance and she was lightning fast.
While the sun was out and it began warming up I decided to put Molly in the back seat of the LTD and head out on the search for more beautiful nature. I drove down into the Roosevelt Park’s Natural Area and took the gravel road ending up at Liberty Point.
With the NIKON Tele lens I could get a fairly decent view of the West Quoddy Lighthouse. It is administrated as a Maine State Park and just another beautiful area to go on a hike on a sunny day.
West Quoddy Lighthouse
The air was also clear enough that the Island of Grand Manan was visible as a dark land mass way out in the ocean. Another whole group of islands are the “Wolfes”. The islands are small and probably without fresh water, so nobody lives out there.
In the afternoon two neighbours came over for tea. They are from Denver, Colorado and are part of the “summer-birds” which own a summer residence on the island.
It sure turned out to be a very nice Sunday.
Thanks for stopping by again!