Young white tail buck, pulling some attitude!
Today was a day of moving forward on a few things, and even accomplishing some! 😀 First, the most important thing. Potato Beetle status. No, this is not Potato Beetle. Nostrildamus was posing so sweetly for me, I just had to take a photo. Also, his eyes are quite clear. He's just got them comfortably … Continue reading Moving forward on all sorts of things!
Whole bunches of redpolls, digging snacks out of the snow.
Aren't they adorable? Don't they look so sweet and innocent, snuggled together? Don't believe them. They lie! They are devious, destructive beasts! 😀 Okay, okay. I don't think Cabbages and her "grandma" are the guilty parties responsible for this. The tank's lid has an opening at the back for the filter, cords, etc. I'd blocked … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: not quite cat proof
First things first: the status of Potato Beetle. I have no idea. We never took him to the vet, because we couldn't find him! I did see him this morning, and should have locked him up in the sun room, but I didn't want him have him locked up like that for almost 6 hours. … Continue reading Oy, what a day!
Redpolls on lilac twigs.
Oh, my goodness! It is so incredibly warm out there right now! The Weather Network app on my desktop has not been working well with our intermittent internet connection, and often will not update at all, but the weather app that came with my computer seems to get through better. (Even while writing a post, … Continue reading We’re melting! Plus, vet trip arranged
Male (red) and female pine grosbeaks, enjoying some oilseed from the feeder. Their favourite!
One thing about our internet being a problem is that we're really learning what browsers and websites are data hogs of one type or another. Chrome is better than Firefox, and WordPress is just awful. Not just the editor, but simply trying to view other WordPress blogs. I don't know what they're trying to do … Continue reading Our 2021 garden: making grow bags
Blue jays, hunkered down in the feed after chasing away the redpolls and pine grosbeaks. 😀