What’s that bird? The one on the feeder filled with seed is a goldfinch. That hovering predator is a kestrel, our smallest falcon. The tan bird with the black mask over its eyes is a cedar waxwing. Can you find the yellow warbler with the rippled red lines down its breast?
The business directory of Wenatchee lists an amazing array of specialty products and services. Whatever little home, upper-story, or hole-in-the wall office they occupy, businesses offer such products and services as aroma therapy, artificial limbs, breasts, and fingernails, western boots, beads, bouncy houses, clowns, comic books, divers into irrigation pipes, fish-lure making, gold buying, golf cart rebuilding, horse training, ice vending, and saw sharpening.
I’m back in college — Wenatchee Valley College! The last time I attended, teachers didn’t dress in shorts for class, students didn’t take notes and call up data on smart phones, and none had their faces pierced.