At the Cape Cod Canal we saw:
a house finch
maybe an osprey
At the Narrows Restaurant in Wareham we had fish and chips.
At Earl's Marina in Fairhaven we watched Howard's 29 foot sloop lifted onto a hydraulic trailer and then up in a sling from a crane and lowered into the water.
We made yoghurt coffee cake with blueberries. Yum.
On Lake Massapoag we saw ducks (mallards) and Tim saw a tree swallow. We saw fish.
On the way to church we saw two mourning doves.
We listened to most of a broadcast of "Die Zauberflaute" on WGBH, a performance of the Boston Lyric Opera from the Shubert Theater.
At Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary we saw two hawks (red tailed?), a rufous-sided towhee making lots of scratching in the leaves, a blue bird, and a wren, possibly a catbird, some swift or swallow-like birds, a crow. We saw pink ladyslipper orchids and a red-backed salamander. On the way home we saw a heron a-wing.
We made hummus and had a picnic with crudities and corn chips and hummus at Moose Hill.
We had stirfry Sunday night.
At the feeder we have seen titmice, chickadees, a downy woodpecker, goldfinches, a house wren (?), a chipping sparrow, blue jays, nuthatches.
(Two guest entries by Valerie.)