Hello, everyone! It's me, Cammie. The other morning, when according to our mom it was 78 degrees below zero, we took a lovely walk past the Kansas Ocean. She forgot all about the "I can't feel my face" mantra she had been chanting when she saw that finally, after the severe drought and other challenges, there were visitors at the KSO!!!
"Look, girls! Geese!" "Yeah. Canadas." "Maybe they brought the nice weather with them!"
She even shot video as we approached.
Needless to say, Mom was a bit more excited than we were. Still, it's nice to see the birdies returning!
Brr, thy were in the WATER in this weather?! I don't get that at all!ReplyDelete
LOL Ladies I'm pretty sure those geese need to change their name to any thing but Canada. I don't think any live in Canada anymore.ReplyDelete
78 below zero. was funny. We were walking out doors on Friday. The Time and temp clock was wacko it the temp was registering -43 and we were only wearing light jackets. LOL
Very cool...we mean cold...Anyway, so glad the birds are making their way back to the KSO!ReplyDelete
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
The geese don't stay too long here in Chiberia - they usually head further south where it is warmer.ReplyDelete
How great to see some geese at your ocean. We liked seeing you girls in action in the video too.ReplyDelete
We have to agree with Angel Madi's Mom - all the geese have moved to the U.S.A. We can't believe they actually want to be in that water when it is this cold. Even we northern breed dogs do get cold feet after a while.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
How fun to have Canadian visitors on the KSO! We hope they stay awhile!ReplyDelete
The Canada's come to visit the duckies at Landlord Bob's pond too!ReplyDelete
That is great to have the geese back! We saw some in a farm field just the other dayReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
How fun to see your geese friends so close to home! And thanks for letting us tag along on your walk!ReplyDelete
Kiki and Nala