We made our pilgrimage a few miles south to see the migrating Sandhill Cranes last week. Thousands of huge birds walk through harvested cornfields almost shoulder to shoulder searching for food. At sunset they soar into the sky, headed for a roosting place in the shallow water of the Platte River so they are safe from predators. Not that any predator would come near the cacophony from their distinct trilling cry raising from thousands of throats! After a few weeks to recuperate and build strength, they will continue the journey north to breed over the summer. Next fall they fly non-stop back south. I am so glad you fly by each week to link your posts! Thank you!
Featured from last week: An Extraordinary Day — An Easy and Delicious Asparagus, Ham and Guyere Sandwich Ann’s Entitled Life — How to Make a Knot Pillow Petticoat Junktion — DIY Spray Paint Project Haberdashery Fun — DIY Reversible One Hour Tote Just Measuring Up — Creating More Garage Storage Just the Woods — Painted End Tables with lined drawers Lynn Fern – A Stool with A Revelation Jessi Fearon — The 50/20/30 Budget Explained The Bewitchin Kitchen — 11 Apple Health Benefits You Didn’t Know Our Unschooling Journey — Do Si Do Cheesecake Brownies Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt — Easter Truffle Bark
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