WAITING FOR THE SUN.

That's what I'm doing on the rainy Saturday, bust first there will be wind. 

40 mph wind gusts are predicted for this afternoon, so I suppose it’s a good day to wait for the sun, well sheltered in our teeny-tiny home by the lake.  The sun is scheduled to reappear tomorrow, accompanied by light breezes. It should be a fine day for counting eagles, along with every other bird we see, which we are privileged to do every January with Tim Lee, park naturalist for the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area. It’s a slow and cold crawl along all 90 miles of lakeshore, but oh so worth it. I look forward to it every year. I’ll report in next week with this year’s numbers, and I expect them to be robust! We’ve been seeing lots of eagles for the last month or so. Six hours or so on a perfect winter’s day, waterfalls booming, rivers running wildly, Jocassee winterbirds most everywhere. I’m expecting  a pretty dreamy day on the lake. ~BWaiting for the sun. That’s what I’m doing on this rainy Saturday, but first there will be wind. 40 mph wind gusts are predicted for this afternoon, so I suppose it’s a good day to wait for the sun, well sheltered in our teeny-tiny home by the lake.  The sun is scheduled to reappear tomorrow, accompanied by light breezes. It should be a fine day for counting eagles, along with every other bird we see, which we are privileged to do every January with Tim Lee, park naturalist for the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area. It’s a slow and cold crawl along all 90 miles of lakeshore, but oh so worth it. I look forward to it every year. I’ll report in next week with this year’s numbers, and I expect them to be robust! We’ve been seeing lots of eagles for the last month or so. Six hours or so on a perfect winter’s day, waterfalls booming, rivers running wildly, Jocassee winterbirds most everywhere. I’m expecting  a pretty dreamy day on the lake. ~B

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