I saw some purty Oleander flowers
more purty flowers....
Lookie at the Flamingos now!
They are leaving town....must be migrating! BOL!
(This is what their Howloweenie display was, in case you missed it)
With one lone Flamingo all by himself.
Don't knows what it all means, butts I thinks that's the point! BOL!
And a lovely Rose....it reminded me of Miss Rosy!
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that's so sweet to see some flowers... we have 50 shades of gray efurrywhere... uaaahReplyDelete
Mom used to love seeing all of the beautiful Oleander flowers when she visited gram in Florida. You have so much pretty color, Ruby!ReplyDelete
I think we are all going to rely on you for our winter colour, Ruby!!! hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
I love going on walkies with you, Ruby. You always take me to such wonderful places.ReplyDelete
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We are glad to see all those flowers! All we have here is snow! Oh, and I wonder what the story is about those flamingos?ReplyDelete
A male bird all alone? I'll be right over.ReplyDelete
Another great walk! We have lots of oleander bushes. And no pup has ever eaten one....ReplyDelete
Ruby I sure do wish I could take a Wednesday Walkie with you and Ma.ReplyDelete
You have such pretties
I admire the flamingo-house's displays!ReplyDelete
the flowers are beautiful, the flamings I am not a fan of, FL is full of these guys, hardly a street that doesn't have a few. but not this many in one place. the most I see is about 12 around a mail box... you look LOVELY on your walkie and now I need to know why you have TWO collarsReplyDelete
What a fun walkie Ruby, and your flowers are so beautimous!ReplyDelete
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Rosy, Jakey & Arty
We are a little jealous of your beautiful flowers as we are covered in snow.ReplyDelete
You have some brave flamingosReplyDelete
Wow, I still LOVE the flamingos except that the one outcast makes me sad. Hopefully, they will all flock together as they migrate!ReplyDelete
Your flowers are incredible!
How nice to still see flowers this time of year!ReplyDelete
Mabel & Hilda
We hope those flamingos migrate here. They can spend the winter in our yard. Maybe they would intimidate Sydney.ReplyDelete
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that 'herd' of 'berds!' Looks like you got a new haircut, Ruby. Looking good!ReplyDelete
I had a fit of giggles this morning when I read your answer to why two collars. tell your mom, Big is not good on recall but he is in a fenced yard. we use a harness and he can't get out of it. I see mom has the rope, and looks like it is working... to recall Big from standing at the fence looking for raccoons, I open the door and shake the glas treat jar... he can't help but come when he hears that.ReplyDelete
From our white world we really appreciate all this colour.ReplyDelete
You have the best walkies!! I’m not too sure about those flamingos. Walk a wide berth around those birds.ReplyDelete
That's a lovely and flowerful walkie, Ruby and those flamingos are really something...MOL😸We also come to bring you Extra Pawkisses for stopping by at my bloggie and bringing lovely Birthday wishes. Thank you sweet furriends🐾😽💞ReplyDelete
Love the Flamingos! That's thinking outside of the Halloween norm!!ReplyDelete