Boom & I have been involved in domestic chores and finally got our outdoor plants in the hope that the frost season is over. I bought a New Guinea Impatience in the hope that the hummingbirds like the colour. As well I weeded the garden and cut the lawn to inhibit the growth of dandelions. I remarked to another resident of the complex that dandelions only grow on the periphery of the forest as other forest plants force them out and the trees shade the amount of sun available to them. I also added that perhaps instead of an English park we needed to have a landscape more in keeping with our home ecology. The idea was totally repugnant even though the park approach is a complete failure. Flexible minds in the north are at a premium.
The real clincher in the weather is the high winds from the south which are constant and drying, effectively sucking up any moisture that falls
These rather sickly yellow skies preceded some heavy storms.
I included these moon shots because I find them appealing. I think they`re simply the result
of the shakes that got progressively worse.
|Our Northern Crow.|
Our Friendly Northern Crow.
I have written this post twice because the site refused to save copy. As well this morning I could hardly get into the site. And my preview area has never worked well since Blogger set out to rectify its meltdown. I remember Google's reassurance that its data collection was in safe hands. But I think Google has feet of clay, so be careful everyone what information we give them.
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