Here’s a smorgasbord of things I think you might want to know.
Debbie and I went for a walk around the ponds this morning after breakfast, and as usual, encountered some interesting animals. The geese are still hanging around. They were inexplicably strolling through the vacant lot across from our house (I saw one of them nip at some of the weed seed heads), and when they… Continue reading Nature Walk
Not everyone shares the schoolkids’ enthusiasm about last night’s snowfall:
We’re constantly delighted with the intrusion of the rural trappings of nature upon the suburban location of our neighborhood. However, one of those trappings had been noticeably absent in the past few months: coyotes. That’s not entirely accurate. I had occasionally spotted one here and there, even in the middle of the afternoon, but we… Continue reading Coyote Serenade
We spent the last few days in scenic Weatherford, Texas (if that sounds like sarcasm, you need to drive through some of the neighborhoods south of I-20 and you’ll see that I’m serious. But be sure to pack a GPS.) and thus haven’t been attending to bloggerly duties. Here’s some stuff I hope will make… Continue reading Wandering the Web
One of the things I hated to give up in the relocation was the view from my desk onto our back porch and yard, which provided a reliable tableau of bloggable wildlife action. My new setup has the window at my back, and it looks out on the front driveway, a much less attractive setting… Continue reading My Wife is a Squirrel Mule*
Life is never dull in our church’s worship services.