Category Archives: Odds & Ends

Exhausted

Animals get tired, just like people.  This monkey must have had a very busy day; it is  obviously all tuckered out, pooped, spent, down for the count, drained, bushed, outta gas, weak, sapped, exhausted and just plain tired. His grand … Continue reading

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Duckinni

The latest answer to world hunger is a new species I discovered in my garden.  It’s half plant and half animal … a duckinni. It can establish itself in several climate zones and soil types.  It matures quickly, remains close … Continue reading

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Two Horses

The last few weeks have been crazy … busy, busy, busy.  Something was always going on: spring cleaning, mowing, putting in the garden, mowing, pruning, mowing, grandkid activities, mowing, graduation parties, and more mowing.  Hardly time to catch my breath. … Continue reading

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Propeller

It was raining in Portland, Oregon.  Nothing new there, but I was inside the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (“OMSI”) staring at this giant ship propeller (above) on the patio outside.  Rain was streaking down the windows and lights … Continue reading

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Elk at Dusk

This shot was taken near Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2013.  I wish I could say it was real. It is my photograph; I took the picture, all right.  The sky is real, the site is real, but the elk are … Continue reading

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