Gloucester lies about 27 miles south and east of Salisbury. This would normally be a very easy ride down Routes 1A and 133. However, I suspect tomorrow will be incredibly challenging, and I would be shocked if I make it the whole way. I fully expect tomorrow to be one of the hardest days I will face all year given the road conditions and the overnight weather forecast. This is one reason I decided to take it easy today. At least the weather gets "better" as the day progresses.
I have included a few photos from my feeder watching (as a note I tried to avoid the feeders in my shots, hence their absence). I added Brown-headed cowbird and Carolina wren to the list today for a total of 53 species.
American tree sparrow
Nice shots, especially the mouning dove.ReplyDelete
Good luck today, Dorian.ReplyDelete
Good job ! What a wonderfull adventure is going on... I will keep following you from France ! Good luck with the cold.ReplyDelete