Monthly Archives: March 2015

Treasures

Yesterday’s “spring walk” netted us some real treasures!  Some I was able to capture, others you’ll have to take my word for.  Like the ginormous moose tracks up behind the house.  HUGE.  Holy moses they were big.  At first I … Continue reading

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Concerning, to say the least.

This concerns me in so many ways that it’s going to take a bit for me to untangle the jumbled mass my cerebral cortex has become as a result of the cogitations and ruminations on one certain, infamous (and NOT … Continue reading

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BEST ending line of a book. Ever. (IMHO)

From the book “Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus, 2014” by David Quammen which is an excerpt from his 2012 book “Spillover:” “We live on a complicated planet, rich organisms of vast diversity, including viruses, all … Continue reading

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So. Guess what? (Meaning–you are NEVER going to believe this.)

It’s snowing. I know, right? And blowing.  Basically snowing and blowing now for several hours.  Like a little blizzard or something.  It actually looks like winter out there. And I do NOT know why I am so bloody shocked. I … Continue reading

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If you make your bed, you better be prepared to lie in it. (Update-typo correction.)

Or something like that. Meaning, one who wishes for lots and lots of snow in an area of the country where there is lots and lots of dirt, should know damn good and well that once the temperature begins to … Continue reading

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Now we’re talkin’.

Yep.  Now we’re cookin’ with gas. I realize it’s not the 8 feet that Boston’s gotten in the last several weeks, but it’s a mite bit more than the 2 inches Anchorage has had in the same time period.  So, … Continue reading

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