Longest Run


“Longest Run”
by David Lloyd Sutton

Last month a friend, blog reader/commenter and writer David Lloyd Sutton sent me a copy of his latest book “Longest Run” about recovery in a post-apocalyptic world. In some ways, although it was written ahead COVID-19, it reminds me of today as we try and sort ourselves out of the pandemic. Check it out on Amazon both in paperback and kindle.
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Spring Chicks


Spring Chicks

The chicks are approaching one month of age. They’re still small but starting to get real feathers. Yesterday I saw three up on the edge of the water trough I use as a brooder.
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Polly Wogs


Frog Eggs

We’ve been watching frog eggs hatch. I think these are going to be Northern Leopard Frogs as that is who I saw hanging around close to the eggs.

Outdoors: 81°F/63°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 63°F/68°F

Daily Spark: The disadvantage of feeding the dogs is then they’re not going to eat the burglar… They’ll just toy with the pieces. So don’t feed the dog in the evening. Before you feed in the morning check for random shoes with the feet still in them. If you find one then no need to feed the dogs. I found an old boot buried in the field but there was nobody in it.

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Paul N. Ator


Be Cool Tiny Black Bee

This tiny bee landed on the water jug I was using to fill the chick’s waterer. I think it was seeking the droplets of water condensing on the outside of the container. I once counted 17 types of bees.
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