Flown Away~

Yep, we just did it again. It seems as as normal as staying home.There is so much to miss leaving The Holler.

The year round Holler hummers are brave in an non-conformist way, they choose not to migrate thousands of miles across the Gulf of Mexico, but to stay year round with us at The Holler, despite winter temps that frequently fall well below freezing and could easily kill them.

Other migrating travelers visit us seasonally.

There are four hummers that lived at The Holler year-round this year. These are two of them. They rely on our feeders and bugs to keep them alive year round.

Now we have flown off before the full complement of spring unfolds, missing all The Holler spring has to offer. Don’t worry, family remain at The Holler while we are away, to take care of all our critters including the birds.

I look forward to blogging as I travel and hope you will come along with me.

You make traveling a lot more fun and interesting!

3 Flights, 22 hours traveling time, and here we are,

ready to head further east.

Cheers to you from ancient Athens~
(Please do be patient iwth me if I am slower in responding, or unable to follow your blogs as closely as I would like, due to the realities of travel.)

224 thoughts on “Flown Away~

  1. Cindy, Athens! I hope it is still the way is use to be 15 years ago, the last time I was there. Send lots of pictures!! I envy you, but, have a wonderful time and where are you going next? K. D. πŸ™‚


    • I was last here in 2004, so we just missed each other! It seems just as wonderful. We are heading off to some of the islands we missed last time in a few days….Would love to share some photos with you & cheers to you~


  2. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Cindy Knoke is going to be sending us wonderful photographs of her travels including from Greece where she is currently. She has left her beloved Holler with its wildlife and stunning flora in capable hands and shares with us photographs of her home coming to life with Spring.. I am sure we will be treated to some wonderful photography in coming weeks.


  3. I can’t wait to visit Greece! Be sure that I will be hovering over your blog just like these hummers. Wonder how you managed to capture them πŸ™‚ Have loads of fun!


  4. Nice pictures.

    Remember; no landing without an aircraft. People will think that you’re Mary Poppins. πŸ˜€ Oh supercalifragilisticexpialidocious even though the sound of it is really quite ~


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  6. I will love travelling with you, Cindy, courtesy of the virtual travel company! Re the hummers, are you saying that they would migrate to warmer climes, but choose to stay behind because they prefer your company and your food to flying away with their chums? I wish I could attract some to my garden in the south of England, as I’d look after them very well πŸ™‚


  7. Wow! Athens is one amazing place. Cindy, I admire your intrepid travels with so many wonderful sights to see! Hope you are ecstatic, safe, healthy and careful. . . πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ ❀


  8. Wow- I do know the feeling. It’s always so hard to leave our little island. When we do, we have so much fun traveling… and then we are also so very happy to come home! Can’t get any better than that. I’m so grateful. Enjoy your time away… cheers… x wt


    • So wonderful to hear from you Wendy & you know exactly how I feel. Home does start to be the planet too though, and it’s occupants, human and otherwise, and that is a very nice feeling. Hugs to you my friend~

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  9. Scrolling down to have a look at the treasures I’ve missed.All your posts and your stupendous photographic work is an oasis,a paradise for the beholder!Have a brilliant and creative day,dear Cindy πŸ™‚


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