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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Tuesdays Show and tail . . .

It is Angela's at West Virginia Treasure's One year Anniversary today - please check her out and join us on Show and Tail Tuesdays. She'll tell you all about it there.

Alaska Hummingbird

I went to Alaska two years ago - I never saw a hummingbird - but this is quite interesting. They are drinking right out of their hands. Enjoy . . .

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Chicken Wrangler said...

That is lovely - they are amazing little birds!

Angela said...

Oh my Sandie! I love, love, love hummingbirds! That is just amazing how they were eating right out of their hands like that. And there were so many of them too! I had no idea that they went to Alaska! I would have thought it would be too cold for them there. Thanks for sharing such an interesting video with us this week!

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varunner said...

Oh I love hummingbirds! We had a ton here about a month ago, but it's gotten too chilly and now they've move on.

Ginny said...

This is amazing and beautiful. I NEVER would have connected Alaska with hummingbirds!! Thanks for these beautiful video memories!

That corgi :) said...

I agree with the commenter that they wouldn't have thought of Alaska and hummingbirds as going together. They must be so hearty of birds to survive the elements. What a neat video Sandie!


Jacalyn @ said...

How cool is that????? I bet Alaska was beautiful!


Live Out Loud said...

So tiny. I never would have thought they'd be in Alaska, either.

Love the quotes. They're speaking to me right now...

Susan said...

Loved the hummers, Sandie. So adorable and amazing.

Got a kick out of GS trying to climb that bear in your last post. He's a riot.

Take care and have a wonderful evening. Susan

Mevely317 said...

Were that me, I'm sure my hand would be trembling from sheer excitement. Then, of course, they wouldn't come anywhere's near)!

Walking on Sunshine... said...

My husband loves hummingbirds. Actually I do also. I didn't have the heart to put up our feeder this summer without him home. Next spring. Never knew you could feed one from your hand! Amazing.

Rose said...

love hummingbirds, but they are so fast in movement. great quotes. rose

Anonymous said...

Isn't that just the most amazing video? I've never seen so many hummers. I would love to do that myself!