binzerbunny Gorgeous sunset, on the final night in Edinburgh. Such a beautiful and welcoming city. 7h

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binzerbunny Riding the bus to the relay start for Leg#2 of our race. 2d
  •   binzerbunny Everyone is soaking wet & cold for the race start. 2d

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binzerbunny Rhododendrons are in bloom in the gardens of Holyrood House. Lots of birdsong: chaffinch, blackbird, robin... and a few I couldn't identify, hidden in the branches above. 3d

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binzerbunny The Dynamic Earth -- a science museum here in Edinburgh -- was a marvelous place to experience yesterday's sudden hailstorm! 😀 SO LOUD inside that tent-roof! 3d

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binzerbunny Beer with friends, Jeremiah's Tap Room. 3d

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binzerbunny In Edinburgh. 3d

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binzerbunny Minor annoyances in an otherwise idyllic existence. #gettinhungrytho 5d

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binzerbunny Pulled away from the gate on time. Engine #4 showed a problem before takeoff. Rolled back to the gate to work on the issue. Looks like I'm going to have to rebook my connecting flight! But I have time; I won't miss out on race day. 🏽 5d

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binzerbunny I'm leavin' on a jet plane... #Edinburghboundtonight 6d

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binzerbunny Obligatory photo for May 1w

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binzerbunny The color of larkspur is nearly indescribable, and I have yet to find a digital camera that does the shade any justice. 1w

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binzerbunny 'Sunset Poppies' (Eschsholzia californica variant) in my garden. 1w

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binzerbunny Crimson columbine (Aquilegia formosa) in my garden 1w
  •   kristinshields Nice! I need to get me some. I had them at our last house, but have not planted them here yet. 1w

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binzerbunny A Cardinal Meadowhawk (Sympetrum illotum) visited my clothesline, today! A fun new insect for my yard list. 1w

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binzerbunny Tiny daisy among the blades of grass. Public parks are (appropriately) becoming the sole venue for this sort of lawn, in California's drought. 2w

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binzerbunny I made bbq pork sliders for dinner, tonight. I think I ate too many, but WOW, SOOOOO GOOOOOD. 2w
  •   fbarman Very impressive bunnage. I'm sure the filling is delectable too. 2w
  •   magickal_molly Nice buns! 2w

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binzerbunny Sudden deluge in a drought year: saving the water that comes off the roof, for watering the garden in the dry days ahead. I captured about 60 gallons before running out of containers. This will keep my orange tree, tomato plant, and flower garden happy, for the remainder of May! 3w
  •   kristinshields Excellent thing to do. You had to get pretty creative there! 3w
  •   kmg2068 Great idea, no droughts in the Uk over the last two years, water water everywhere mostly! 3w

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binzerbunny Third time this spring that I've found a hummingbird nest, blown down beneath the Privet tree in our front yard. Each nest clearly had completed its task of sheltering the young through to fledging stage. My garden has a good dozen hummers now. 3w
  •   wilmot13 I love the lichen decorations 3w
  •   binzerbunny The nests each have been constructed of the same materials: golden-brown dried moss; pale green lichen; tabby-grey cat hair; dandelion fluff; all held together in attic of sticky-strong spiderwebbing. 3w
  •   binzerbunny @wilmot13 the lichen is also antifungal and antibacterial! Practical decoration. 3w
  •   kristinshields Beautiful little nest! 3w
  •   kmg2068 How lovely! Where abouts in the world are you?! 3w
  •   binzerbunny @kristinshields We've never before had such nesting success in our yard! It's lovely that they chose our tiny space to raise this years youngsters. 3w
  •   binzerbunny @kmg2068 I'm in California, about 40 mi/65 km south of San Francisco. I enjoy seeing your view of the other side of the world! 3w
  •   kmg2068 Ah, yes, I remember you saying now! No hummingbirds in the UK, sadly. That's what I love about Instagram, seeing bits of other peoples world. 3w

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binzerbunny Tiny native bees have been pollinating the hawkweed blossoms in my garden. The goldfinches love to eat the hawkweed seeds, and use the fluff in their nest-making. The circle of life continues. 3w

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binzerbunny The tall grasses hid a carpet of Ithuriel's Spear (Triteleia laxa), a gorgeous shade of purple amongst the green. 3w

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