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Throwback Thursday #12: The Cranes

Many years ago, my sister took a marriage sabbatical. (A trend of running away from her problems and conflict) Sabbatical is just a nice way of putting it. 236 more words


Moose tracks in old snow are one thing. Ambiguous clumps of cat-type scat are another. I didn’t take photos of those I saw on my walk today, but I feel pretty safe saying there’s a bobcat prowling my golf course, too. 711 more words

Finding My Self In A New Place

Sandhill Cranes, Red-Tailed Hawk, and Other Birds

After work, I was feeling a little better so I went down Desmond Road again and took it around to Bruceville Road… Saw the regular kestrel that always seems to cruise that area and a Red-Tailed Hawk.  300 more words

A Digression

In the last post I said there would be more posts about a recent trip to Ecuador and they are coming, but first, a slight detour.  660 more words


Sandhill Cranes-Original Pencil Sketch, Called, " Legs Up "

Those sweet sandhill cranes on November 1ST, were faced with incredible weather conditions, using around Thanksgiving Day, November 27, the sandhill cranes lift off for their wintering home in the south, due to very cold and heavy snows. 241 more words

Faith Of Our Fathers