Is there hope? Two dogs were lost in six square country miles, they were the size of shoe boxes.

One of the best ways I can come up with to describe this morning is Postcard Perfect, photographs of a morning as today's make beautiful screensavers. I sat in the middle of it drinking my coffee while taking it all in. Over the weekend, I'm writing this on Monday morning, a lady lost her two … Continue reading Is there hope? Two dogs were lost in six square country miles, they were the size of shoe boxes.

Worm tea? Castings? What the heck is that? Are we ready for spring planting?

March is a strange month, "In like a lion and out like a lamb" may be the defining statement for the past few years, 2019 is no different. We have wind on the island it was 11 mph (17 kph) this morning when I went outside and actually not out of the ordinary. The temperature … Continue reading Worm tea? Castings? What the heck is that? Are we ready for spring planting?

Storm Damage, how can we make sense of it all? Repairs are in progress, mostly.

Looking out one window to the North this morning all I saw was a blue sky with a few clouds mingled in, I told Skunkpuppy it looks like the rain let up. As I climbed higher on the ever-expanding flight of stairs gazing west from another window the sky was ominous, dark and foreboding. After … Continue reading Storm Damage, how can we make sense of it all? Repairs are in progress, mostly.

Is Oroville Dam ready? The water is rising fast, do you wonder where it all comes from?

Wet is the best way to describe this morning, the rain let up long enough to sit in the Crows nest to take stock of the slough. Winding around our island this is a small part of the 1500 miles (2414 km) of the Delta, just over 1% of the total weighing in at 17 … Continue reading Is Oroville Dam ready? The water is rising fast, do you wonder where it all comes from?