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More Soul Windows
Here are a few more: Soul Window: Blue Crystal, MRobb, 2016 Soul Window: Forest, MRobb, 2016 Soul Window: BlueGreen, MRobb, 2016 And some that aren't based on tiles, but gardens! Soul Garden, MRobb, 2016 These last two are tiny, just a few cm square: TinyAr...
Here are a few more: Soul Window: Blue Crystal, MRobb, 2016 Soul Window: Forest, MRobb, 2016 Soul Window: BlueGreen, MRobb, 2016 And some that aren't based on tiles, but gardens! Soul Garden, MRobb, 2016 These last two are ti...
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Plants Share Their Food!
We've learned how plants can compete for sunshine and water and space. We know they can communicate with each other through the soil and the air. But now we've learned that plants, particularly trees, can also share their food! (Big thanks to Alert Gardener...
We've learned how plants can compete for sunshine and water and space. We know they can communicate with each other through the soil and the air. But now we've learned that plants, particularly trees, can also share their foo...
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Weekend Walkabout: New Tillie Trays and a Pelican Dawn
I've been getting up earlier these days so that I can watch the sun rise. It's worth it. Really. This new habit has become a reality because I have discovered a fabulous coffee roastery in my neighborhood. Their coffee is freakin' awesome and it wakes me up...
I've been getting up earlier these days so that I can watch the sun rise. It's worth it. Really. This new habit has become a reality because I have discovered a fabulous coffee roastery in my neighborhood. Their coffee is fre...
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Update on the Wellesley Ravens
Pauline and Henry, Ravens-in-Residence at Wellesley, had a nest of five eggs, and four of those were viable and hatched. Three of the young ravens were very lively and robust, and one was a little...not so lively and robust. When it came time to fledge in l...
Pauline and Henry, Ravens-in-Residence at Wellesley, had a nest of five eggs, and four of those were viable and hatched. Three of the young ravens were very lively and robust, and one was a little...not so lively and robust. ...
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Palms, More Palms, and a Palm Poem!
Guest Poet Andrew Adar wrote this to go with today's post about palms. And it's true, palms are close relatives of corn and turf grass, and cousin of the bamboo. Their stems are fibrous, not woody. They aren't really trees at all, but don't tell the nesting...
Guest Poet Andrew Adar wrote this to go with today's post about palms. And it's true, palms are close relatives of corn and turf grass, and cousin of the bamboo. Their stems are fibrous, not woody. They aren't really trees at...
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Catching Up, and a River Report
Life is coming back to our river- Gaia wants life and creativity, despite political shenanigans and human ignorance....I'll get some photos soon. But some species, including the adorable pufferfish, have disappeared, and other species I've never seen before...
Life is coming back to our river- Gaia wants life and creativity, despite political shenanigans and human ignorance....I'll get some photos soon. But some species, including the adorable pufferfish, have disappeared, and othe...
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Paint a Window: Soul Windows
I haven't done a painting post for nearly a year, I think. If I weren't too lazy to look this up in my blog archive, I would know for sure, but my sandy memory tells me it's been about a year. My new series has been going on for several months, and I call t...
I haven't done a painting post for nearly a year, I think. If I weren't too lazy to look this up in my blog archive, I would know for sure, but my sandy memory tells me it's been about a year. My new series has been going on ...
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Weekend Walkabout: Poetry and Photos
Oh, the Brexit.... Anyone else ever felt this way? Now it's so hard  to forget what I fought so hard for so long to remember.... Have a great gardening weekend, and don't forget to Walkabout!
Oh, the Brexit.... Anyone else ever felt this way? Now it's so hard to forget what I fought so hard for so long to remember.... Have a great gardening weekend, and don't forget to Walkabout!
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Tillie of the Month: Tillandsia araujei
Tillie of the Month is back! Today's Tillie of the Future is T. araujei, a hard-to-spell and harder-to-pronounce (ahr-OO-zhay-ee), thin and spiky creature. Tillandsia araujei, a tough, tall Tillie. (MRobb) T. araujei grows south of the Rio de J area, on the...
Tillie of the Month is back! Today's Tillie of the Future is T. araujei, a hard-to-spell and harder-to-pronounce (ahr-OO-zhay-ee), thin and spiky creature. Tillandsia araujei, a tough, tall Tillie. (MRobb) T. araujei grows so...
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Turtle Nests, Sweet Potatoes, and Spanish Moss
This is turtle nesting season, so for us, it means no outdoor lights from dusk till dawn, and for our local university students, it means constant vigilance as they count, mark, and protect the nests proliferating on the beaches. This is always such a great...
This is turtle nesting season, so for us, it means no outdoor lights from dusk till dawn, and for our local university students, it means constant vigilance as they count, mark, and protect the nests proliferating on the beac...
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My Herbalism Motto
I've been training in herbalism for a while now (I'm an RN and I go by "Nurse Mary") and I really love it. I prefer to go slow and really learn all I can about a plant, and grow it if I am able, before using it in herbal formulas. A few of my favorites are ...
I've been training in herbalism for a while now (I'm an RN and I go by "Nurse Mary") and I really love it. I prefer to go slow and really learn all I can about a plant, and grow it if I am able, before using it in herbal form...
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The Amazing Wellesley Ravens
I just love corvids. I used to live in the Far North, where the ravens are the size of small aircraft. Now I live in the tropics, and we have Fish Crows, the smaller, cuter cousin of the American Crow. Fish Crows, MRobb, 20014 I love them, but I do miss the...
I just love corvids. I used to live in the Far North, where the ravens are the size of small aircraft. Now I live in the tropics, and we have Fish Crows, the smaller, cuter cousin of the American Crow. Fish Crows, MRobb, 2001...
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Ceramics, Painting, Nursing, Teaching, Gardening, Candymaking, sometimes Listening
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Can pinch a proper pot, grow a Lithops, raise a bunny, and make candy. Good at bandaging.
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Rabbit Ramblings: GHRS Holiday Party
bunyaboy.blogspot.com

The celebration included a pop up Hop Shop to buy bunny supplies and toys, bunny mani-pedis, bunny pictures with Santa, delicious desserts f

Heat Wave
oregoncactus.blogspot.com

We're having an early heat wave here...and a very dry June. Today it was 98 F and the same or higher is expected for tomorrow. We're just no

A piece of Pie chart please
stylishstem.blogspot.com

Hello World!I was sent this hilarious image and it led me to wonder about the history of the pie chart......And find this great article http

Rabbit Ramblings: Bunnies of New Morning Gallery
bunyaboy.blogspot.com

New Morning Gallery is one of our regular "must see" stops whenever we are in Asheville, NC. It turned out to have been an incredibly bunny-

Clouds
einwindigbaum.blogspot.com

My sister requested cloud photos.....

Before the Snow Melts....
einwindigbaum.blogspot.com

photograph of Meeker and Longs Peaks printed with an ink jet on card stock with coloured pencil overlay

Sly's Mise En Place: Stay Tuned
slysmisenplace.blogspot.com

John and I are in the "what will we do when we are no longer working" mode. It's a long ways off or course! We both feel strongly we will ne

Rabbit Ramblings: Monday Meme*day -- for Easter (and a poem)
bunyaboy.blogspot.com

Prior to 01-21-2012, many posts may refer to items or lists in the "right hand column". Several have been moved. Moved to Bunny Care page: R

Vet who saved many in Iraq couldn't escape demons
www.foxnews.com

He had a knack for soothing soldiers who'd just seen their buddies killed by bombs.

Rabbit Ramblings: Bunny bonding at the HRS Rabbit Center
bunyaboy.blogspot.com

A very short video that is absolutely adorable! If you have a single bunny that has the personality for a bonding, think about setting up a

Q&A with Troy Seidle : Humane Society International
www.hsi.org

Troy Seidle, Director of the Research & Toxicology Depatment for Humane Society International, opens up about his work, his motivations and

Meet Terra, Olive & Ruben, My New Lithops 090612
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The substrate that I've used in this pot is a combination of sifted commercial 'Cacti & Succulent' potting mix, crushed scoria, and the orig

Heading to Boniface Hiers KIA for scheduled, pre-paid service is always a great experience. The mechanics are the best, they are thorough and speedy. There's a comfy room to chill out in and watch TV or work while you wait. They even wash and vacuum your car for free!
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