Cute doggie pictures Moikel and Leah. I can't contribute anything there. We just feed feral cats and families of raccoons that visit our backyard. We live in a tract neighborhood but have the only large oak tree within a quarter mile. In our small backyard we've been visited not only by the cats, raccoons, and the occasional skunk, but turkeys, geese, owls, and goshawks. Mother Nature is always surprising us in our backyard.
Leah, that organic red table wine I mentioned above was an interesting experience. On first taste my future son-in-law and I were like "nope, this is not good, but not horrible." Fairly young tasting grape juice and alcohol. No wood character at all. Obviously bottled right out of stainless steel fermentation tanks from a mix of grapes. It had a familiar taste though I couldn't quite shake, so we kept sampling. Then it hit me, "THIS IS MY DAD's TABLE WINE!!!!" Tasted almost exactly like the stuff I used to share at university 40 years ago. My wife, daughter, her fiancé and I finished the bottle with gut-busting laughter while I shared stories of the dozens of roommates and students I turned into winos back then. I'm going to get Dad a bottle for the next time we see him.
We had a great weekend with our kids.
Happy Week-End All,