~ Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge ~

Anyone for lounging in the blackberry brambles?

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Jello in the boat enjoying shade and shoes!

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The Purple Heart of Queen Ann’s Lace.

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Things are warming up in the Pacific Northwest, USA, with temperatures predicted above 100° f (~38° c) by Wednesday — unusual around these parts!

 ~ Here’s to staying cool with Cee’s Odd Ball challenge ~

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5 Responses to ~ Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge ~

  1. It’s so good to see Jello looking well!

  2. Olga says:

    Hi Lindy. That purple heart peeking out of the Queen Ann’s Lace is so odd. Love Jello’s eyes. No thanks to the lounging. Ha ha! We’ve been hit with a streak of high heat also. Very unusual for Northern Ontario. Love your post. ❤

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      That black spot in the middle of the blossom is what drew me to take a picture. When I did some research to make sure it was Queen Anne’s Lace, I learned that yarrow and poison hemlock look similar, and that the center purple heart is an identifier for QAL.
      Jello is one of the most expressive dogs I’ve known — but I think I say that about all dogs I love! Keep cool, Lindy

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