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Photo of Spunk, the great bed usurper, strikes again.  It is so easy to lose my place in the bed to Spunk, especially when the temperatures are cooler.  He is a heat seeking missile.  He will move onto a warm spot in the blink of an eye.

Early spring like weather and the air is buzzing with the sounds of hummingbirds zinging here and there.

Photo Credit: Beth Alexander, All Rights Reserved.

Taken in Big Basin State Park.  The Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) is a long-living tree species that can reach up to 2200 years old.  They are hardy, resilient trees that can sprout from seed, tree stumps and roots.  It is not uncommon for trees to reach heights of 200-300 ft.

Spunk, keeping warm in the chilly winter weather.

Vineyard in the Mist January 2016, St. Helena, California

A Break Between Storms, Boulder Creek, California