Saturday, July 24, 2010

Hide and Seek.

Eric: We had been for another walk and were just relaxing in the long grass.

Flynn: Mum has to keep watching us or we sneak off in the long grass when she isn't looking and then she can't see us.

Somebody else must not have been able to see us either. This pretty blue Damselfly came and perched on the grass next to us. Damselflies are like Dragonflies but smaller, and when they perch on the grass they fold their wings back against their body, unlike Dragonflies who keep their wings outstretched.

27 comments:

  1. Oh that is purty. Did you get to try and play with her?

    PS We are impressed with your google skills!

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  2. Y'all sure are good at that hidey stuff! Enjoy your weekend my friends!

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  3. Ooh, did you get to crunch the damselfly? Derry would love that, he catches dragonfly-type insects here! Yum!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Never seen damselflies but we do have dragonflies! I love to catch those & crunch 'em! -Scout

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  5. Whata pretty blue fly. Did you eat it? Looks like a nice walk you went for.

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  6. Oooo such a purrty blue.
    Did you get to play with the Damselfly?

    purrin
    xo
    Abby

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  7. Oh my Cat...you boys have such hunting skills and are very stealthy to sneak up on a Damsel Fly!

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  8. Oh so was Mum "It"?
    You look very rugged in your long grass envins. The purrfect mencat at mancat work!
    Have a great weekend boys.

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  9. We saw a damslefly outside the other day too. They sure are pretty! We can barely see you in that tall grass!

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  10. You guys are very good at hiding=it must come naturally since you are great hunters!...Have a fun weekend handsome boys...kisses x3...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  11. That is neat info about a damselfly!

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  12. Awwww Looks like fun!!! So many things to see and smell!!!!!

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  13. That damselfly looks like a pretty piece of glass. You guys have a great grassy field to play in.

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  14. That damselfly looks furry interesting! Thank you for the nosekissies and concats on my Gotcha Day. I hope to have some outside time too this weekend, but we're having what mom calls "migrane-weather".
    Purrs, Siena

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  15. Thanks for letting us know the name of the Damselflies. We have loads of them in our yard.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  16. There you are! We see you hiding! We would never have thought that two gingers could so easily blend in with the tall grass.. But you do! Hugs and kisses and thank you for the interesting info on the pretty blue buggie.

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  17. Great hide and seeking in the long grass, boys. That is quite interesting about the damselflies. We didn't know that.

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  18. We had never seen one of those damselflies before - you were very good not to nom it.

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  19. How fun. You two sure live the life we dream of. Have a great weekend.

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  20. Did you guys scare that damselfly away?? It sure is hard to see you two in all that grass!

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  21. That tall grass looks just like ours. We have lots of tall grass and it is fun to jump around in it. That damselfly is very pretty. Bet you didn't see it Eric and Flynn. Hope all of you have a super week end

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  22. Oh! You have me curious now - do damselflies taste good?

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  23. Awww thats pretty did you get to chase it.. Hugs GJ xx

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  24. We love how you share your adventures with us. xxxxxxxxxxx

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  25. Hi Eric and Flynn,
    I bet you two do so enjoy romping about in your very nice field.
    Give mom a high five for the great shot of the dragonfly

    Madi and Mom
    update on the shower will be posted on monday, long story short I, Madi, am not happy.

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