Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bird Chronicles: Backyard Feeder Edition

Late last summer, this happened (iPhone pic): I had been mystified as to where all the birdseed was disappearing to, and then one morning we woke up to the outline of a squirrel on the window shade.  Sort of like … Continue reading

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And on the Seventh Day…

Behold:  yesterday a tiny tomato shoot appeared!  (look to the right of the arrrow — it looks weird because the seed pod hasn’t fallen off) This is one of the Roma cherry tomato plants (the second one I planted also … Continue reading

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Dude.

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The Wild Rumpus Begins!

Ok, that might be something of an overstatement.  But!  Seeds!  Are!  Starting! Wanting to avoid the Big Box store places for this project, after work today I went over to Cluck, an independent (and woman-owned!) urban farm & garden store … Continue reading

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Back to the Birds

After a huge breakfast and a nap on the couch I needed to get outside – even if only for a short while.  I dragged the VEB from his Cosmos marathon and we went over to Stony Brook, where we … Continue reading

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Why is One Needle So Much More Difficult?

TWO HOURS and THIS:

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Random on a Sunday

1.  Came home from a late breakfast today and caught this cardinal way up on the tippy-top of the backyard tree, singing cheer cheer cheer: Not the best pic, but I love how plump he is even after a long … Continue reading

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