Pua walk and Updates

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Tomatoes

Tomatos
Pua is happy prices have gone back down and we have a bunch planted this year.

Little warrior
Little warrior
This humming bird sat in the tree and would come and chase away all others when one tried to use the feeder.

I thought we were going for a walk

I thought we were going for a walk?
I opened the door but Pua wanted to snuggle for a bit instead.

Kisses
Kisses
Once she decided to go she climbed into the back to wait for the proper door to be opened. She always gets out the back passenger door.

Sticking her nose into things
Sticking her nose into things

Action shot
Action shot

This looks interesting
This looks interesting

What's in here?
What's in here?

Low bridge
Low bridge
Scrunching down from the sapling branch

Between a rock and a log
Between a rock and a log
She was much closer to me than she looked to be.

Canopy
Camopy
Wondering should I crop the tree trunk from the photo?

Bye bye forest
Bye bye forest
when I label these bye forest they always get favorited on Flickr.

Sitting on my lap
Sitting on my lap

After walk let down
After walk let down
She went to bed but then poked her head out for a bit before going back in. I offered some juice but she wasn't thirsty.

Just heard that the episode of "Weird, True and Freaky" with me in it aired on Animal Planet. It's just a couple photos of me. I'm not the star but watch for it. ~ Pua


To those that helped get the funds to get Pua's new mate, we are still working on it. Trying to get an adult male imported from Paraguay. It shouldn't be much longer. I've seen some photos but can not share them on the blog at this point.

We've had a lot of progress on the bone project. I've got the feet and legs in two different buckets bur was a bit late to keep the hands separated. Tail is soaking due to it having been mummified and it's un-mummified now. I think I got all the bones but will scoop the top bit of soil once all the fly babies and smell is gone and sift it through my dad's mining classifiers to be sure no little claws or bones were lost.

Will try to get some photos next time(I know I said that last time). Has still been a bit messy and will require a change of gloves. On the plus side found a fellow on Flickr who puts skeletons together as a hobby who is willing to help. And this link is great. Even has a part explaining how to pt the ribs together. I think the wrists will be the most challenging to get just right.


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