Every spring, approximately seven gazillion Miller Moths migrate through Colorado Springs. They like to hide in the crevices above our windows and screen doors by day and fly into our house by night. The moths are a complete nuisance for about three weeks, and then they move on.
A rogue moth hid in Garry's car yesterday afternoon until Garry was driving down a major street in town. Then, quite suddenly, it was dive bombing everywhere, bouncing off his glasses and the windshield. It's pretty amazing Garry didn't crash!
After surviving that harrowing incident, Garry snapped a picture as the moths swarmed around our blossoming tree in the front yard.
These moths are oddly fascinating creatures, but we won't be sad to see them go.