It’s so hard to leave, but preparation for it has also made it hard to do anything else. I’m leaving for the airport in less than 3 hours and I still have to buy fresh veggies for the indoor crowd and finish packing. So this will be a very, very quick post. The Cooper’s was in Grant Park last Friday when I managed to go down early before work.
These pictures were taken over the last few days on my way to work or on a very brief lunch break. I managed to say goodbye to my crows in Millennium (there were about 20 overall) and on the way in to work, to my little friend Lincoln’s Sparrow who was still there as of yesterday. But I fully expect everyone at 155 N. Wacker to disappear over the next three weeks when I don’t show up to shower them with birdseed.
The Hermit Thrush below was last seen a few days ago, but there were still some in Millennium Park as of Thursday.
Goodbye, little Lincoln’s. He’s been such a good friend. And he gave me an excuse to try out and learn how to use the flash attachment, bless his heart.
The crows in Millennium have settled in as the crowds are dissipating. I hope I haven’t made them too tame.
I know the crows will be there for me when I return. I look forward to posting all about my trip when I get back.
Thanks to everyone for reading and following my blog!! I’m off on safari…!