One of my neighbors enjoying brunch in one of the cork oak trees of our neighborhood.

16 Replies to “A Moveable Feast”

    1. Merci beaucoup!

      You probably know that “a moveable feast” is a quote from Ernest Hemingway: “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.”

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    1. The squirrels were very frisky this morning, chasing one another up and down and around the trees and across lawns. I think this one was saying “I dare you!”

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  1. He’s a cutie! He has more red in him than our gray squirrels, though they look similar. I was watching a chipmunk the other day gathering nuts and bedding before diving down his hole. They get a lot into those cheek pouches!
    I love the texture of the bark on the cork oak.

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    1. He showed up for this morning’s walk – him and about 50 of his buddies. I think when it comes to squirrels, this guy has charisma.
      I love the bark on the cork oaks – it’s very thick and it makes me want to pinch it. There’s another tree on the same street that I like. It’s bark feels exactly like chamois. Or suede. Are they the same thing?

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      1. Chamois is a small wild goat/deer native to the mountains of Europe. Its soft leather was called by this name, but luckily for these poor little guys, someone figured how to make a soft cloth out of cotton that replaced the demand on its pelt. Whew! So now I’m curious about just what this ‘chamois’ tree is!
        I got a kick out of you wanting to pinch the cork – just something I would do – lol!

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