How the rabbits and ground squirrels see it

I skipped wandering in my gardens this morning and went to the San Diego Zoo and on a walking tour with the Balboa Park Heritage Association of the 10 most important trees in Balboa Park.

When I got home, Zoey the Cool Cat wanted me to take a nap with her.

Zoey the Cool Cat

When we awoke at 5:00 p.m. and looked out the window, we saw my Trichocereus grandiflorus Thai hybrid blooming.

Trichocereus Thai hybrid

Sadly, it was blooming in the direction of the sun, so I climbed up on the retaining wall to take a picture.

Trichocereus Thai hybrid

Then I decided to climb over the fence into the Open Space Preserve to see it as the rabbits and ground squirrels see it.

Trichocereus Thai hybrid

I'm Zoey the Cool Cat, and I approve this post

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