Category Archives: Nature
Supposedly signifying the Spring re-awakening of earthworms. I know that our compost’s red wigglers seem to be unfrozen!
Our drive from Eldo up to Trinidad, Colorado… we passed by the Philmont Scout Camp. It was here as a Boy Scout in ’74 and ’76, I hiked over 100 miles, summited mountain peaks over 12k ft, learned how to … Continue reading
In Winter, we usually get a temperture inversion over the Rio Grande Valley. Cold upper level air traps warm air trying to rise up. So the smoke from all the fires folks are using to keep warm, will settle low … Continue reading
Getting out in Nature before next week’s storms arrive.
So… how’s everybody feeling today? Ooooohhhh… and a nice sunset to boot!
Jupiter is the larger, brighter object. Next conjunction this close will be in about 375 years. Can’t wait!
OK… this is the actual full moon (the Full Beaver Moon actually). I thought it was yesterday and thanks to other posts on the web, I realized I’m not good at details like reading calendars correctly. Why so many moon … Continue reading
This couple was even more aggressive than the Robins about drinking undisturbed.
Catching up on the Fall colors and snow storm that hit on 10_27_20 (that effectively ended the Fall colors). And a nice timelapse of the clouds lifting off the Sangres.