Hasty Brook is the loveliest place in my world. It's a little piece of heaven in northern Minnesota.
Now that's another great picture. I didn't realize what I was looking at until I clicked on it to enlarge. Gives a whole new meaning to "My nose is plugged !"
He might have some sinus pressure!
This is a GOOD ONE! Sure gave me a smile this morning, I agree with Richard on the whole new meaning to "my nose is plugged". Great to see I'm not the only one with mouse problems in my birdhouses. This summer is especially bad...the birds aren't the only ones who enjoy all the sunflower seeds and shelters in my garden.
Richard- Kind of makes your nose tickle doesn't it?Scienceguy288- Grab a box of tissues!Marsha- Actually it's a flying squirrel! There was a family of four flying squirrels living in this bird house a few summers ago. They were a blast to watch.
This is sooooo cute. I thought it was a Chickadee before I enlarged it.
That is just the most comical capture! I fell in love with the little chippy? when I saw the enlarged picture - I bet you were so excited when you saw how nice the pic turned out!
I had to enlarge too and then I just cackled! :c)
OH MY Lynne! I thought it was a swallow until I brought it up to size! That is so funny! In a gross sort of way!! Thanks girl!
Oh, how funny. Great capture.
You know, that is a fitting expression on that face.
Oh, it turned from a little scary looking to adorable when you enlarge the picture. I'm glad I read the above comments or I may have missed what was in his nostril.
I thought it looked like a flying squirrel and then your comment confirmed it. Do they live in your backyard Lynne? I've never seen one, but would sure like to, so don't be surprised if I show up at your house someday (with peanuts!) ;-)
Oh. My. God.If that isn't the cutest thing! The sad part is, until I read the comments, I completely missed the flying squirrel peeking out of the "nostril." After reading, I had to go back and enlarge.Definitely a candidate for "Cute Overload." ("U gotz a tisshoo?" comes to mind.)I had flying squirrels at my old home in SW Ohio, but not here - too rural/no woods - and I miss them.~Kathi, whose jealousy for Lynne's critters is growing
Thank you for you comment about my mill photos. My husband says it is getting so bad the nails are going to bring the house down if I keep hanging photos all over the house. So why do we continue to take photographs? Guess that is why we all took up blogging. We gotta do something with these pics.
I think I glanced at the picture once, but I didn't notice the flying squirrel until The Hermit pointed it out to me! Cute!
Lynne that is just great. lol
What is that plugging up his nose? Huh?
What a wonderful bird house.. lol thanks for sharing
You better stand clear if that bird house decides to sneeze! -Cool photo!
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