Rowers on the River and Chester

The rowers were out on the Red River in full force when Chester and I went for our walk yesterday.  They seem to treat the river the same as a highway and they keep to the right – so when I saw them, they were on the far side.  Once they get as far as they are going, they move over to my side of the river to return.  I don’t know if this is something that the rowers have come up with on their own – or if it is common practice among boaters and rowers alike.

Rowers May 22
Rowers May 22

There were these 2 long boats plus a lot of individual boats going this morning.   I’m guessing that this is a class of beginners.

It is now 10 weeks since Chester’s last seizure!  He spotted and stalked a bunny not far from home on our walk yesterday.

The Prey
The Prey
They Prey Has Been Spotted
They Prey Has Been Spotted
The Stalking Begins
The Stalking Begins

Of course Chester has a leash on, but the leash distracted from the picture, so I removed it.  I don’t usual doctor pictures much, and I kept the original with the leash on in case anyone complains that my dog was off leash.  We have a leash law in the city for dogs and cats.  Since cats don’t normally walk on leash, its more of an indoor cat law.  That explains why we have so many bunnies in the city now.

So far on Africam today, we have seen Leopard, Kudu, Waterbuck, Nyala, Elephant, Impala, Starling, Terrapin, Zebra, Warthog, Black Eagle, Warthog, Cape Turtle Dove, Helmeted Guinea Fowl, Wildebeest and Side-striped Jackal.  Click here to see all of the pictures from May 23.