To get my fellow gardeners excited about Spring, here are some photographs of the pest-resistant cage I built in my back yard. Before the cage, birds and squirrels ate all of my blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes, and sweet corn. … Continue reading
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A photograph I took of Eastern skunk cabbage appears on the cover of the Winter 2014 edition of The Conservationist. If you want to know more about the photograph, my original post is here.
Too funny to pass by without taking a photograph. And, for the record, the treadmill (or, Treadmill) seems to be permanently stuck on a slight incline. From my gym.
Squirrels were scaring away the birds and eating all the seeds, so I bought a Yankee Flipper for my yard. Has a weight-activated spin cycle that works like a charm:
The Pew Research Center just released poll data on how adults in the United States explain the existence of humans: 57% believe that a supernatural being created humans either gradually, through artificial selection, or instantly, in a single poof. If … Continue reading