FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: WINTER SOLSTICE June 22, 2013Posted by wmmbb in DOG BLOG -.
So here is another swing at Friday Night. Hannah will using her tail – stand clear. Dexter will have his eye on the main chance, if as happened the front gate left open.
On Thursday, Hannah and me took a walk around the streets in Dexter’s wake. He would look back at us and keep moving. I brought Hannah home. When I went out again he was in the next street. I sat down on the kerb and lay on the grass, an action that attracted the attention of passing neighbour, but Dexter came over. Dexter got some time off the lead.
There is not much that anybody can do but the earth keeps turning on its axis and following in concert its’ elliptical orbit around the spinning sun. We might be grateful. Today marks the shortest day of the year, and apparently it is no accident that we had a full moon. I can’t remember it been as cold in previous years.
As the weather warms up, I might expect to see some examples of the Illawara flame trees in bloom, and may be find an example of the formerly abundant Red Cedars (Toona Ciliata). It was news to me that a pack of climate dogs drives rainfall pattern in NSW:
We went out, we did the round, and we got home. It was getting dark, but that was OK. It was the shortest day of year. And there some photos: