Fandango’s Provocative Question #109 From Fandango comes this question with which I’ve been wrestling for some months and to which I really don’t have answers. Just more questions. “I don’t know about you, but I typically spend about four to seven… Read More ›
Month: February 2021
CFFC: Reed, Read or Red (Continues) Last time reeds. This time, red. Between birds and autumn, there’s a lot of red going around New England. I tried to find a “blend” of different kinds of items. The birds alone could have… Read More ›
CMMC – February Color – Blue-Greens Blue green is a better color for water in the west than it is here. I’ve heard it explain more than once, but I keep forgetting. It has something to do with sky color and… Read More ›
After debacle 2 and Impeachment Redux, you really have to wonder if the Republicans are even Americans, much less patriots, anymore. I think it’s a realistic question at this point.
I wish that T&%$# Impeachment II had ended with a surprise, but it didn’t. It ended better than I thought it would. The really most frustrating moment was Mitch McConnell’s diatribe against T&%$# after the trial. Basically, the jury, aka… Read More ›
This weekend, all the “birding groups” from Cornell Ornithological through Audubon are doing a four day birding experience titled “The Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC).” It’s done in February because it precedes the first (earliest) bird migrations and give all… Read More ›