I've been trying to find out the name of that large moth in last blog but no luck yet. It hadn't moved from that position all that day and into early evening and I was getting a little concerned. However, the next morning it was gone having flown off by the light of the moon.
We've had a few wet days now and when I got up this morning the fog had rolled in. It's suppose to clear later today. Temperatures are still quite nice. I had a dream the night before last. I rarely dream, or I should say, I rarely remember dreaming. It went like this....I had just put the chickens to bed at dusk and coming back to the house there was a HUGE black bear between me and the deck. No way was he going to move and Roger was somewhere in the house. I started yelling out hoping he would hear me shout "Get the camera, get the camera." Then, all my shouting woke me up. lol. I told the story to a couple of people and they asked me if I was scared. I said, not at all, I wanted pictures. Strange how the mind works.
I have a dental appointment in the morning, in Gander. I'm dreading it! It's only a small cavity but none the less.....I know, I know, I'm a big baby when it comes to going to the dentist. We'll do grocery shopping while there and I'll have to look for a birthday present for himself as he keeps reminding me that his birthday is this month.
The chickens are moulting now, so no eggs. They haven't laid since the incident a couple of weeks ago. I have several people waiting for eggs but after they finish moulting they may not start laying until spring. A friend said he had a talk with the chickens and chickens said they weren't going to lay again until the security got beefed up a bit here. I thought that was so funny.
There aren't many finches around these days and I haven't seen the pine grosbeaks for days. Some of the berries are ripe now so I expect they are filling up on those. The squirrel continues to deplete the sunflower seed feeder.