Hi Friends, Spooky here. Sorry, I'm not trying to be rude by not looking at you. It's just the sun feels so good on the back of my head I don't want to move. After all that wet stuff falling out of the sky last month the sun is very nice.
Anyhow, I have some pictures to show you. We were looking at mama's photos the other day and found this really pretty birdie.
The Golden Pheasant is native to forests in mountainous areas of western China.
This adult is a yellow color mutant and does not have the red color of the Chinese Golden Pheasants. Mutations in colors are common in these birds especially the ones in zoos or aviaries.
Aren't those Bright golden feathers just beautiful?
Speaking of bright and golden this sun feels so good. I think I'll take a nap now.
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Grew up in a small Georgia town with a desire to see some of the places I had read about and many I had not. I moved to Alaska and lived there for about ten years. My jobs took me to many parts of the state including Barrow, Nome, Kodiak Island and many more. I have also lived in California, Oregon and now Washington state.
Let this be the story of the journey so far.
My my, hey hey
Rock and roll is here to stay
It's better to burn out
Than to fade away
My my, hey hey.
Hey hey, my my
Rock and roll can never die
There's more to the picture
Than meets the eye.
Hey hey, my my.