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... discovered that many of the photos were actually of the chimney above it (same shape as the bird feeder!). Luckily he spotted my rather basic mistake quite early on so I did get some more active pictures! The bird with the bit of red is a male and the other a female.
Facts about these hummingbirds
They are 'Broad-tailed Hummingbirds', approximately 4" long (we work in 'old' money here!) They are the only bird to be able to ...
... and for us to nosh on. Oh, they are so NOT yummy when they thaw out! Yes, we are trying to be very healthy! Yes, and we also brought a case of water! Works for lunch... until we get to dinner out!
Then, off on the Kansas roads where on I-70 we had 75 and 70 mph speed limits, so we traveled pretty quickly on the roads with lots of bales of hay, some development with, of course, McDonald's. Also, quite a few wineries in Kansas! And, unusual museums, ...
... the two towns. The town population was 1,088 at the U.S. Census 2000.
We stopped in the GeorgetownVisitors center to stretch our legs and lean a little about this area. AND of course to browse the gift shop. After about 45 minutes we were on our way again to see The Buffalo Bill Museum. The exhibits include memorabilia from Buffalo Bill's life and Wild West shows, Indian artifacts, antique firearms and other Old West ...
... the museums and more museums, the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall, plans for the future taking shape.
As to experiences in the third five, I shadowed the Missouri River travels of Lewis and Clark and had Sunday brunch in the house where Esther Hobart Morris once lived. I lunched in a rail car in a city of trains and had cowboy coffee and huckleberry pie out on a ranch. I was serenaded in a city park by a passerby with two guitars and I imagined the ...
... adorable shops.
After grabbing some lunch at the Local Grill (I think that is what it was called) we drove down yet another scenic byway called the Peak to Peak. It takes you from Estes Park down to the 70. Very nice quiet drive but no bathrooms or places to stop really. We did stop at the stone church to take some pictures and saw a magnificent hawk. He was very photogenic.
We arrived at my ...
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