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Yesterday evening I went out to count the chickens and shut their door and  check for minks and found a skunk in the nesting box. Sigh.   351 more words


The Smell of the Wild

Often, I am inspired by other people’s blog posts. As I have said previously, they are my morning newspaper. Aside from getting a little voyeuristic peek into other people’s lives and interests, I am often reminded of stories from my own life. 657 more words


Ah, the first hike of spring! You stink.

In the gloomy Pacific Northwest, the first real hike of spring always feels especially restorative. After months of cold, dismal weather and crippling seasonal affective diarrhea (commonly abbreviated as SAD), I love getting some sun, fresh air, and colorful new bruises just in time for shorts season. 1,114 more words


2nd Rabid Skunk Found In Grand Prairie

GRAND PRAIRIE (CBSDFW.COM) - A skunk found recently in Grand Prairie has tested positive for rabies. The animal was removed from an area to the east of Highway 161, between Interstate-20 and Mayfield Road. 314 more words


Skunks and Road Work

My grandfather always said there were two distinct signs of spring in Vermont. Road kill and road work. Road kill most specifically being skunks. I never really thought of that until today. 387 more words

Everyday Life

Beware of skunks when taking pictures in the fields of bluebonnets.

So lately I’ve seen blue bonnets popping up all over the sides of the roads and I knew it was the perfect time to have a photo shoot at my favorite hill. 164 more words


Why skunks? Um, why not skunks?

Today’s title pretty much sums up the start to most conversations I’ve had about the skirt featured in today’s blog.  I suppose it’s a fair questions, why did I choose a skirt covered in lots of little skunks?  224 more words