Friday, November 07, 2014

Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday

Today we went after various old "DSCF0001" pics.  It was surprising.  There were a lot of them.  Well, the old camera started each new battery charge at DSCF0001...

Our monitor cheetah...  And she is still on the monitor after 6 years.

And then there was LC an Iza cautiously movin past each other.  Iza gave LC a wide berth back then.  Iza was bigger even then, but LC was older an more sperienced.  And a bit fiestier.  But LC was cautious too.  "Big" matters.


Ayla caught a dove.  That was a high point fer her!

Grampa Dad was here.  Ayla liked him a lot.  Well, he was never grabby.  We miss him.

Mebbe we will see what we find as "DSCF0002" sometime...

11 comments:

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

OMC, the head peep used to have a monitor cheetah like that, years ago! It got broken in a move, and she hadn't thought of it in years. Seeing that photo made her smile.

Megan said...

Interesting pics. Thank you for sharing them.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

ANGEL ABBYGRACE said...

It's always fun to go back and look and see what you find in old photo files.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I love the memories DSCF0001 brought back!

Pretinha said...

É para isso mesmo que as fotos servem, nos fazer recordar os bons momentos.
Ayla deve ter se orgulhado de sua caça hehehe
Tenham um ótimo final de semana.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I am sure you miss your Grandpa.

Flynn said...

It's good to look back through old photos.

William said...

It's always fun looking at old photos!

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

What a neat idea! You should choose a random number, not just number 2, next time! love the old pictures!

Shaggy and Scout said...

How fun to uncover those little seen treasures! We remember the monitor cheetah!!! Thought it was cool then, still do!

MeezerMews&FrecklesWoofs said...

Meowmy and our auntie spent hours sorting through old pictures when she was gone. Pics from the early 1900's even, wow! Now she will scan some of them so all of her family can have them too.

Memories are very precious. Forever!