SPRING CAME ANYWAY You might think that with the awful and cold weather we’ve had, that spring wouldn’t show up, but it did. Today was pretty nice. A big humid followed by pelting rain, high winds, and several tornados, but… Read More ›
After the Blue Jay left, the Woodpecker hung around to enjoy a feed at the flat feeder. Woodpeckers aren’t picky and are just as happy eating from the hanging feeder. I think they get to eat faster on the flat… Read More ›
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Walks, Trails, Sidewalks We have many paths. Some of our roads look more like paths. We are kind of rural and not overly tidy.
FOWC with Fandango — Impose WordPress was trying to impose Gutenberg on this site. Aside from it being full of bugs (which they are trying to fix, but they should have fixed them before releasing the application!), it’s an excessively complicated… Read More ›
I live in New England and it is where I always wanted to live. I think I originally had a more northern destination in mind, but the requirements of work brought us originally to the Boston area and eventually, out… Read More ›
THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y4-07 From Paula: After a month’s break, I decided to challenge you again with things from the past. What Traces of the Past have you found near you or on some of your travels? Are these remains… Read More ›
OH FOREST PRIMEVAL I laughed when Ellin wrote that the weather is perfect for outside. “Not too hot, not too cold, and the bugs aren’t in full attack mode.” Or something to that effect. People who don’t live here don’t… Read More ›
Doesn’t that sound like some bizarre parallel of life? There you are in your L.L. Bean boots, sprayed head-to-foot with anti-bug glop. You don’t know what’s worse — the big heavy boots with your jeans tucked into the tops, or… Read More ›