Monthly Archives: February 2013

Feb 26, 2013: cold slushy hope

It’s cold. It’s wet. We’ve gotten multiple layers of snow that hasn’t stuck or frozen, so we’ve got slush everywhere. We’ve got cloud cover and rain and hail and heavy winds and… Can I sue the groundhog for false advertising? … Continue reading

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Jan 6, 2013: out with the old junk, in with the new junk

After several of our ducks were killed by raptors in the wee hours, and our neighbors reported a burglary, we decided to significantly upgrade our security in two ways: 1)by replacing our ground-level doors that are cracked and old and … Continue reading

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Feb 10, 2012: Basking in the mud of it all

You know, sometimes you just have to marvel at all the mud in the world. I mean, 70% of the earth’s surface is water, and most of the rest is dirt, right? It’s no wonder sculptors and architects and little … Continue reading

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