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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Serene Scenery Sunday

Hi everybody!  It's me, Ragnar!  Maggie told you yesterday about us having quite the raucous storm in the morning.  There were two pieces of good news that came from that -- three, actually:

     Number one, the one I almost didn't count, is that we REALLY needed the rain!

     Number two, once the lightning was past us, we got to go for a totally fun walk in the pouring rain!  Mags and I did lots of splishin' and splashin'!  We also did that thing where we'd stop right beside Mom and do the shake-shake.  That's really fun!  Anyway ...

     Number three, it brought a COLD FRONT with it!  Not like totally cold, but this morning we not only got to sleep in a tiny bit, but it was only about 70℉ while we were walking!  The skies were really pretty, so that brings us to today's Serene Scenery Sunday -- the Morning Skies edition!

This is what it looked like when we got started on our walk:


Isn't that cool?!? Mom tried to get a photo of us with that in the background, but ...

"C'mon, everybody!  Let's get going!"
"Hey!  What's this over here?!?"


When we crossed the big street, Mom took this quick shot:


By the time we got to the far side of the park, the skies had changed, but were still really pretty!  Take a look:

"Oooh, check it out, Raggi!"
"So pretty, Mags!"

For those who may be wondering, yes, we were walking in the middle of the street.  Something about "avoiding acorns".  Quite possibly cicadas and dried worms, too, but you didn't hear ANY of that from me.  Besides, it's Serene Scenery Sunday!

Have a great one!



  1. Anonymous5:32 PM

    just... WOW!!! glorious skies and light.
    and I love the last picture of the light reflected in your fur. so beautiful!
    thank you for sharing. xo

  2. You sure have some beautiful skies that early in the morning.

  3. WOWSA!!!! Those are some beautiful skies my furiends!!!! I am glads you got your hike in before the heat came.
    Ruby ♥

  4. Beautiful skies! I love rain this time of year, dropping that temperature to bearable!