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Plant of the week - Laelia anceps

Finally, the long wait is over! The 2.5 foot long spike on my Laelia anceps has finally bloomed with 5 gorgeous light purple flowers with a deep, deep pink lip. 322 more words


Homestead Goal Setting - Irrigation

This darn cold is still lingering, so instead of moving lots of wheelbarrows full of manure in our surprising spring-like weather, I spent a little time outside planning and goal setting.   633 more words

2017 School Year Begins - January 16

Classes for the 2017 school year at The Lion of Judah Academy start up first thing Monday morning, January 16.

Students have been arriving over the weekend, and the biggest – as well as the most unexpected – new feature to greet them is the new addition to the boys dormitory.  475 more words


California Drought Update

The past week has certainly been a whirlwind for many California residents experiencing some of the most historical precipitation in years.

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor: 386 more words


The San Joaquin River Awakens

When I lived in Cheyenne, Wyoming – I became obsessed with trees.  Why?  Because there are very few trees in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  There is mostly Pronghorn Sheep poop and tumbleweeds. 1,030 more words


California Drought Report #79: Satellite Reveals End of “Unending” N. California Drought

Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

With more rain and snow on the way, the supposed “unending drought” that the New York Times reported on last year has, in a matter of weeks, ended — at least in Northern California.

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14 / 365 Pond at the Corner of the Path

The rains have begun to turn our dreary California landscape into a bright green.  This little puddle is now a pond.

While a lot of California is considered to be “out of the drought”, where I live, we are still considered to be in drought conditions.   47 more words