Earlier last week I wrote about clusters of eggs we discovered in our fish tank. We guessed it would either be fish or snail eggs. Quickly the process of elimination helped me realize that it's not snail eggs, because one of our snails died (exact time is unknown, hard to tell with snails). The lady… Continue reading (Catfish?) eggs still in egg form
Kids are freaking out! We've had our 10-gallon fish tank for about an year and no fish or snails have laid eggs. Yet the kids have always been hopeful that we will get a larger tank once the fish babies come. The drama of our fish tank go way back starting with tadpoles metamorphosed to… Continue reading Fish or snail eggs? Maybe new additions to our tank.
Can't stop this tree How does this happen?! And how do you fix it? Still an interesting sight, and a great reminder that fences can't bind nature. "Something there is that doesn't love a wall that sends the frozen ground swell under it.""My apple trees will never get acrossand eat the cones under his pines,I… Continue reading Photo of a determined tree
Kids want a pet: anything furry and cute. This topic is brought up on a daily basis and potential animal choices run the wild gamut: dog, cat, bearded dragon, baby otter, or a cub cheetah. Their latter choices baffle me. I'm like, what?! How do you cuddle a cheetah? We've had various tiny pets over… Continue reading We want a furry, cute pet!!
Twisted In nature twisted things are beautifully complex, elegant, and harmonious in its surroundings. So for this photo post I looked through my photo gallery and picked some that I had taken in the past without knowing that they could be interpreted as twisted. I hope you enjoy them!