Monthly Archives: May 2021
In the vast history of WWII, little is written about contribution of the United States Naval Reserve Waves. Mom enlisted after she graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1943. She then graduated from the Naval Midshipman’s School at Northhampton, … Continue reading
Despite the lack of water, the garden still manages to put out flowers and provide for the local fauna.Blossoms, bees bunny and more… all below!
Iridescent clouds and sunset followed by a sorta full Moon (wow… I missed the eclipse!). This evening’s post is dedicated to our wonderful Seester Cary.
Wild weather in the City Different and much needed rain.
Nice clouds but sadly… no rain : (
Brought our friends visiting from out-of-town to see part of our preserve. Very nice hike to a river bed and interesting geologic formations.
They are good at camouflage and Joan nearly stepped on this one while we were on our morning walk! In the Youtube video, you can see him using his tongue to track his path. Incredible creatures who keep the mouse … Continue reading
By this afternoon, he and his 4 children will be chowing down on our newly planted garden!
Doing a lot of landscaping so I almost missed the first bloom in the garden!
A pair of male Black Chinned Hummingbirds are sharing our feeder without incessant fighting. Things are dry.