Give nature a blanket in winter

and you’ll see habitat everywhere you look Dried leaves as blankets I freely admit I’m not neat or tidy, or organized.  But I like beauty and that usually requires some tidiness or organization. For most suburbanites the fall tidy up means a clearing of dead leaves.  But imagine if we treated our bodies the same… Continue reading Give nature a blanket in winter

Our world wind patterns

This is mesmorizing: Weather service Wind Colorado Centered Animated US National Weather Service Wind Data for Azimuthal equidistant projection.  

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Where will the birds go?

Climate change is impacting the summer and winter grounds for migrating birds.  Predictions for habitat loss due to climate is being studied so that wildlife corridors are saved for those birds as they determine new areas to live in a changing world. If you want to help, contact the Audobon Society with your donation today.… Continue reading Where will the birds go?

A November Harvest – Brussel Sprouts

Today I harvested the first of my brussel sprouts in November.  And not the beginning of November, but the 30th! These plants were planted the second week of June and have been in the ground for over 145 days.  I looked often in September and October but the sprouts remained only about a 1/2″ in… Continue reading A November Harvest – Brussel Sprouts

The seedlings are ready, now where’s the garden?

Well I have an excuse, it snowed! Then it cleared.  Then it snowed! Then it cleared. Our last snow fall was May 1.  We got 7.5″ on April 23rd, and some a few days before that and even more before that.  No fruit trees are flowering this year due to the late freeze and my… Continue reading The seedlings are ready, now where’s the garden?