Early Beaver Shot The Bunny

Dawn

NE view of the Rio Grande on Wednesday evening. NE view of the Rio Grande this morning.

SE view of the Rio Grande on Wednesday evening. SE view of the Rio Grande this morning.

A beaver up and out at dawn.

Bunning through the fence.

Shots of the Bunny

pTerodactyl at dawn.

Spunk is a Cat Tree hugger.

We got a really violent thunderstorm this afternoon. The wind was strong, driving the rain sideways, and the visibility was low. The weather station recorded the event as producing 0.95 inches of rain. The wind-driven rain got almost everything on the deck wet.

The clouds right after the thunderstorm. Views looking east and west.

The clouds at 7:30 pm. Views looking east and west.

8:11 pm (official sunset). Views looking east and west.

50 thoughts on “Early Beaver Shot The Bunny

  1. We all need that rain. A lot of plants are giving up in my garden. Weatherman predicts a few rain showers the next days but still high temperatures…

    • He does his share of destroying. All the cats love clwing on the roped pillers. They have almost clawed through the pillers in the cat tree in the bedroom. I need to find another support. Thanks, JYP.

  2. All are lovely. Spunk looks to be happy as can be.
    I’m glad it rained for you! The RioGrande is looking refreshed. Yay!

  3. Is this a second storm.
    Spunkie-Poo πŸ’‹ looks so cute cat tree hugging. Hey, at least he’s not eating it……. yet.

  4. We’ve been getting severe thunderstorms nearly every afternoon for a week, and flash floods down in the wash behind our property. It’s been wonderful! We haven’t had this much rain for a long time. I’m so grateful for it!

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