Donna on the Road Again
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- Bird ID – White Crowned Sparrow
- Why blog?
- Garden Glimpses Through the Seasons
- Garden Glimpses Take 2
- Garden Glimpses -The Week in Dozens
- Ever Wonder How Long a Cut Christmas Tree Lasts?
- Why Wetlands are Important and Make For Pretty Photos
- Invasive Phragmites and Cattail
- April Garden Wrapup and the Pretty Pictures of Drought
- A River Walk for the Birds
- Conservation – Moved to Care
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Don’t we all some days… Imagery is an important stress reliever, and what could be more relaxing than watching horses graze a field as the landscape sleeps? Think about that one. The landscape, the trees, the insect life sleep in … Continue reading
And Sometimes it Doesn’t. As I mentioned in the last post, winter brings a new way to see the landscape. Remember, your garden is not just three seasons long! If it is, well you might need to rethink it. Green … Continue reading
No Shortage of That Going Around… I wrote a short story in college called Whine, Woman and Song that was published in a national collegiate magazine. The more I read posts lately, the more I keep thinking of this story. … Continue reading
The ice and snow make a winter walk in nature almost therapeutic. Continue reading