March and April it is prime time to view Sand Hill Cranes in Nebraska. The best viewing time is early morning or evening. In Nebraska, at that time of year it is cold and it can be very cold, and windy – really windy. I cannot envision me taking that particular adventure because I like warm weather and sunshine.
However, when walking through a Mall I will walk through there free display recognizing the Sand Hill Cranes.
In 2011, I created a Facebook page for my Roomba. My Roomba has many adventures, most about getting trap under furniture and shut inside rooms. The page had many post for a few years, but alas things happens; Roomba gets put in a box, taken out, and ignored.
A few weeks ago, I cleaned my Roomba’s brushes and changed its batteries. Now the daily adventures with the Roomba continues. Most of the adventure involve blocking it’s access or getting it unstuck. Still, you have to enjoy the moments, even if it is with a small robot.
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Here is the link to follow the Roomba’s Adventure: Sarah’s Roomba Page
Now, I just need to work on the robot that daily goes from room to room cleaning the toilets.
I found some Christmas gift ideas at the antique shops.
A Christmas Tree everyone needs.
Toy refrigerator, stove, and sink for those budding cooks.
Jewelry hanger. Yeah, I think it had another purpose originally.
A piggy bank that weighs about 20 pounds without the coins.
A can for your baking needs.
Donald Duck pull toy.
Where’s the chips?
A button snowflake. They had at least 6. They must be popular.
During Kur’Den’s recent travels through the Universe, he used his communicator to send back fascinating images from his adventure. Below are the photos:
Since Kur’Den’s day of birth was about to be recognized on Stardate 70989, I remotely accessed his Klingon log file, a.k.a. Facebook, and obtained an official picture of him.
I then proceeded to combined the adventure pictures with the official picture.
Meet Kur’Den, Tuq BelmoH Yotlh! Sorry, Captain Kur’Den.