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Flora and Fauna Friday

One of the mowing crew, after a refreshing swim, getting back to work at Pt. Defiance Park.

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Larch Mountain Runaround

Sunday was a perfect day for a hike.  It was warm but not hot, the skies were clear, and I didn’t have to work. I always try to go somewhere new, but it’s harder and harder to do that when I have lived in the same corner of the globe decades. 274 more words

General Hiking

The Kaiaua Coast 

The clouds were rolling in and darkening the skies as we arrived at Waharau late in the afternoon. Much discussion was entered into about where we were going to park, anyone would have thought that a) we had never been here before and/or b) there were lots of people here. 1,002 more words


Project Realm. Sculpting the World, Part 27

Where the last entry was longer than expected this one is considerably shorter than usual. Especially in the flora and fauna department there was hardly anything to describe, but since Spearwall is in a constant state of warfare that’s not all that surprising. 372 more words


Nearly Wordless Wednesday

There the thief sits, watching me in the garden. Could he be the reason the purple hull peas have never sprouted, even though this is the second time I planted them?

Flora And Fauna


Written by Denise Deby.

Ottawa is rich in biodiversity–the variety of life that surrounds and sustains us. It’s not something we can take for granted; as everywhere, human activity often adversely affects species and their habitats. 338 more words


It's A Hermes Kind Of Day

This was written earlier today. I was going to finish with how the rest of my day went but I’m all out of spoons. So enjoy the blurb! 137 more words