Sunny Roscoe

The weather for our walk yesterday afternoon was sunny but cool and windy giving Sunny Roscoe time to birdwatch at Oyster Landing.

Typhoon and Roscoe scanning opposite ends of Oyster Landing
Typhoon and Roscoe scanning opposite ends of Oyster Landing

We are having a stretch of coolish weather with stiff breezes, certainly not as cold as the rest of the east coast but enough to clear our favorite walk of other visitors. We Sibes aren’t bothered by lower temperatures and loved the sunshine, so having Oyster Landing to ourselves was pleasant.

I spy me some seagulls.
I spy me some seagulls.

Roscoe is fascinated with all wildlife with squirrels high on his list. But seagulls share a special place since they both screech and fly away just as he approaches. Don’t worry, though, he never gives up hope of meeting one up close and personal (just like he is convinced he will catch a squirrel…next time).

A boy can dream, right?
A boy can dream, right?

3 Comments

  1. tammy j on January 22, 2020 at 9:15 am

    you are pure beauty! are you sure you’re not royalty sibe deep in that fur?
    but what I like best about you is how loving you are with Hu-Dad! and everyone really.
    heck you even won over “don’t touch me!” Typhoon. you’re a keeper Sunny Roscoe!

  2. Susan on January 22, 2020 at 7:10 am

    To quote a hit song of my youth: Don’t stop believing Roscoe

  3. Jean Burkhardt on January 22, 2020 at 5:31 am

    Oh Roscoe boy-I KNOW you dream of catching a squirrel or MAYBE even a seagull BUT it hasn’t happened yet! You and your brother Typhoon are having such a great time on your walk that is makes me smile!! What a great team you both are.

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