Tag: amatuer photography
For Joy, a New Computer.
I bought a Samsung computer, I thought it stood to reason that because she’s on her cell phone all of the time it would be good to have all her stuff on both of them. I told her we’ll be able to push a few buttons and the thing will be set up.
A Different Side.
I’m in the house until the smoke clears, again, on the few occasions I venture out a 3-M respirator is my choice of smoke protection. The paper masks are fine for the C-19 but smoke is a different concern, the PM-10 is a killer. Smoke allergies are more common than we realize and cause serious…
A Few Clear Days; Another Fire.
Everyone in the family with the exception of the mid-northerners and New Yorkers are dealing with heavy smoke. Even Colorado, my daughter is socked in by the 3rd largest wildfire in Colorado history. If we’re not careful this could get serious real quick.
The Smoke Has Cleared; It’s Wake-up on the Slough.
Early morning brought a nice change, the sky was clear; visibility was over 16 miles. The heavy dew and fog helped bring the fires under control. We can’t celebrate yet as the fire season has just begun.
The Smoke is Clearing now It’s Weeding Watering Waiting.
The smoke is beginning to clear, I am able to venture into the great outdoors once again to work in the garden, and take photos.
Raising Earthworms Makes Sense For Gardeners.
A few precautions should not deter anyone’s interest in the ecologically positive activity, my opinion is everyone should have at least one Colony. With a minimum of protection Vermiculture is safe, each of us develops during the learning curve the level we need to remain safe. Starting small assisted with research a size-able Colony can…
I wrote this post April 2020, after a revision it has been posted again. Due to the wild fire smoke I cannot go out of the house until it clears up.
I Planted a Peach Pit; I Grew a Peach Tree.
In it’s fourth year the new Peach Tree had over 100 Peaches hanging from the limbs. Thinning will be performed in earnest next year to improve the size of the fruit.
Cardboard Boxes; I Can’t Get Enough of Them.
At one time not too long ago I would curse boxes, it seemed I was forever busting them apart to toss into the trash. I began to look for uses when I discovered Earthworm farming where it may be use for feeding them as well as creating their habitat.
Coopers Hawk, by any other name is a Chicken Hawk.
There is no lack of activity around the Slough, every day brings something new. One morning it was this Chicken Hawk, he stayed around for a few days then returned to where he came from.