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Little does the Tortoise Cat know...

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By Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Posted Jun 1, 2012 in Travel
How far we will fly soon, from lush, weedy, buggy Dane County, Wisconsin.
Soon, we will be continuing this caregiving-caretaking gig in the hot, dry golden Central Valley of northern California.
My colleague knows we will be traveling, but cannot imagine how or how far.
When I find her sniffing her carrier, I know she KNOWS -- and disapproves. When thie Tortoise Cat naps, she dreams of flying after taunting robins, I imagine. I doubt she has dreamed of soaring with metal wings.
Still, we revel in today's ordinary marvels here and now, no matter what.
This Dane County  Wisconsin backyard boasts a  native plant area  -- a.k.a. the weed sanctuary.
This Dane County, Wisconsin backyard boasts a "native plant area" -- a.k.a. the weed sanctuary.
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Sunrays  shadows and blossoms camouflage  this tortoiseshell cat amid late Spring daylight.
Sunrays, shadows and blossoms camouflage this tortoiseshell cat amid late Spring daylight.
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This tortoiseshell cat rolls playfully  as if enthused by the sounds  sights and smells emitting fro...
This tortoiseshell cat rolls playfully, as if enthused by the sounds, sights and smells emitting from lush late Spring greenery.
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