We've had a couple of interesting visitors lately. The gecko is a frequent sight, especially when it's sunny on the deck. This is a pretty good shot of him puffing out his red throat. I'm still not sure what the purpose is behind the puffing, whether it's a warning, a mating ritual, or a sign of pleasure. He was pretty content, having just ingested a nice moth.
The little frog was clinging to the side of the table today when I went out onto the deck to wipe the table off for lunch. Don thinks he's dead because he hasn't budged despite all the close-up photos taken of him. I don't want to touch him to find out.
We're having another cool day, upper 70s, mostly cloudy, sometimes drizzly and occasionally the sun peeps out. I was forced to use the clothes dryer today - way too humid for laundry to dry on a line.
Our cat-sitting has ended - our neighbors returned yesterday. Kellie came back with a new camera, so I'm sure Moe will be a frequent subject. We picked them up at the airport at noon, grabbed some lunch at the Oasis and then they went on up the hill to settle in. I know Moe is a happy cat now. He was getting pretty mischevious, knocking things off onto the floor, continuing to pee in the dustpan, so it's good that Kellie's back.