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Saturday, May 31, 2014

May Scavenger Hunt

Time for another Scavenger Hunt -



Little boy laughing in the rain

7pm


Alaska Ferry departing at 7 p.m. - departure time is listed as 6 p.m. from Bellingham, but rarely does the ferry leave on time.


Left

I thought you left already!

Gadget


I made a hedgehog pincushion

Puzzle

It's a puzzle how Donnie got inside the toy hamper

Letter

You can put your letter in this flamingo mailbox just down the road from our house

Reflection




Sun reflecting through Donnie's straw hat

Fresh

Fresh spring grass

Tiny and 
Hidden

A tiny little bat - hidden in our deck umbrella

Demolition

Ready for demolition?

Antique


Now that's an antique!!




26 comments:

Pondside said...

That looked like fun, JoAnn. Of course the photos with the sweet grandson were the best!

Eileen T said...

Lovely photos - Donny is adorable. I especially like your antique car.

J said...

Stunning picture of the ferry. It looks like a photo they'd use on their brochure!
But cute little Donny - awww - now those are the best!

Fiona said...

Superb ferry pics and love the ducks.

Glo said...

Great photo selection! Although I've seen many ferries around here, and a cruise ship to Alaska, I've never seen that one before, so thanks :) I would have fainted dead away if I had seen a bat inside an umbrella...wasps go in ours... Great photos of Donny, especially with the sun hat - would make a great framed photo. Super idea for a pin cushion!

Petra Redmond said...

Such wonderful photos! Of course, the very best is your grandson laughing in the rain - what an absolute sweetie :) But I also love your hedgehog pincushion and the kitsch pink flamingo mailbox - wish we could get those here in the UK.

Fundy Blue said...

Wonderful photos, JoAnn! Donnie is a darling boy! I wanted to hope right on that ferry. I love ferry boats. Left was very clever! Have a good weekend!

Julie said...

I really like your interpretations this month. Love the flamingo mail box - we don't have that kind of thing over here. My favourite though is your grandson laughing in the rain - so adorable. x

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

Yes Yes, what a sweet little Donnie!!!

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Great pics! and isn't Donny adorable?!

greenthumb said...

Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger hunt, I really like the feel of your photos. L, reflection,antique are just great. Greenthumb

Julie Fukuda said...

I agree ... Donnie wins this round!

Louise said...

Great shot for L is for and I like your photos of the ferry and the antiques. The bat was a great find!

Christina said...

I love your photos, in particular the ferry and the letterbox. Laughing children are just the best thing ever, aren't they? I quite fancy one of those myself. I hope that wee bat is ok. x

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Love your photos and that bat in hiding is amazing. Can't choose a fave, they are all good! x

Amanda Graham said...

Great photos. It made me smile about the ferry never leaving on time..and as for the bat- how cute!

Kezzie said...

Oh the bat is so cute!!!!! How sweet!! I really loved Donnie in the toy hamper!! X

Carletta said...

Wonderful interpretations for your hunt! I love the joy on that cute face in the rain.

Little Blue Mouse said...

Great photos especially the first one of the ferry!

dosierosie said...

Wonderful photos.
Gillx

eileeninmd said...

Lovely images for your photo hunt.. I love the laughing little boy.. The bat is kind of cute! I enjoyed this post. Have a happy week!

My Little Home and Garden said...

I love the joy in the photo of the little guy in the rain!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

LOL at "Puzzle" !!! : )

The Weaver of Grass said...

Absolutely fascinating photographs - and so colourful too.

Green Tea and Cupcakes said...

So many great photos, your puzzle one made me laugh and fresh made me smile.

Kay said...

Oh, I love all these photos and I'm so glad Donnie got into a few of them (especially that first one - it's a gem)! What a treat to see a little bat in daylight. Do you know that they're revered in some cultures? They do such a good job of insect control.