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Autumn in Suburbia, by Frances Jones

I was returning home from work along the scenic route, having been tempted by the sunshine to prolong my journey. I followed the path along the river, which was a busy, but pleasant, highway with cyclists, runners and pedestrians, some pausing and taking a slower pace than they might otherwise in cooler weather. 575 more words


Hawksbill Turtle

Tortoiseshell, the carapace scutes and plastron of the hawksbill turtle, has been prized and traded since ancient times.

Tortoiseshell, the beautiful scutes of the carapace and plastron of the hawksbill turtle, has been prized since ancient times.

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First time in Canada, eh?

Dear G, B & E

I haven’t travelled for work since April and having a long summer (the hottest on record) in at home has been wonderful. 1,021 more words


Wildlife Wednesday (on a Monday) ~ The Ventura Harbor!

Just a little YouTube collab fun!
Wildlife Wednesday on a Monday!
A little glimpse of our beautiful harbor…

Hi Mountain Lookout

Cinnamon-colored American Black Bears
When I found out from the Morro Coast Audubon Society that the Hi Mountain Condor Lookout was having an open house, I cut my Eastern Sierras trip short and drove home so I could learn about the work being done to save California condors from extinction. 296 more words

Joshua Tree

Earlier this year my parents invited me to go along with them on a trip to visit my Aunt and Uncle in Joshua tree. We stopped in Boron on the way and checked out the 20 Mule team Museum which was bigger then I expected. 211 more words