SHARK SHARK… well, okay, not a shark, it’s just Agnes the garden gargoyle, pretty much buried in the snow with just the tip of one wing protroding. I bet she’s one ticked off and cold gargoyle 🙂
We received close to two feet of snow over an eighteen hour period yesterday and this morning.
Shovelling and blowing all that snow was arduous, but the landscape sure did look beautiful.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the fox this morning, no doubt dropping by to see if there may be some free suet just hanging about.
Such a magnificent creature with the most beautiful coat and luxuriously gorgeous tail.
Thank goodness I just so happened to be looking out at the squirrels and birds when foxy decided to drop by for a visit.
I often marvel at the dexterity and cleverness of squirrels, especially when seemingly defying gravity to raid bird feeders and suet logs.
This morning’s wicked winds and blinding snow didn’t stop this black squirrel from snacking on the suet log hung from the clothesline.
Arizona yards don’t look anything like those in the Midwest. In fact, don’t call it a lawn, because according to Merriam-Webster a lawn is: ground (as around a house or in a garden or park) that is covered with grass and is kept mowed. No grass and no mowing in most parts of Arizona, water […]
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If you could send Earth a Valentine’s Day card, what would you write? A poem, an essay, one word? For this Valentine’s Day, tell planet Earth how much you love her! Click here to share your Valentine’s Day wishes to the place we all call home, Earth!
Nature puts things in perspective – being high level doesn’t have to mean larger.
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WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY Black-capped Chickadees are well adapted to life in the woodlands of Oakland County, and are equally comfortable living a suburban lifestyle. The secret of their success is adaptability and inquisitiveness, and during the cold months, a few tricks bestowed upon them through eons of evolution. Chickadees may be found in […]
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