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Domestic cats are beloved pets

House Cats Rough On Wildlife*

A recent article in LIVING BIRD Magazine reported that cats kill more than 2.4 billion birds each year in the United States. Their numbers came from the book, CAT WARS, by Peter Marra and Chris Santella.  use cats are fascinating animals that are loved by 600 million people worldwide who keep one or more as […]

Photovoltaics

Learning from Photovoltaics

To:  Robert Dix, Brad Duggan, and Lisa Henderson  (all helped us with photovolotaic) What we’ve learned from our PV System  This week our photovoltaic system has given us a great learning opportunity.   We’ve now had several crystal clear days and the envision monitoring system clearly shows the electric production hour per hour.   It’s […]

Lions in this Here Country!

Early one December evening a neighbor was driving home near our home when she spotted movement out of the corner of her eye. Thinking a deer was about to dart in front of her car, she immediately stopped to prevent a collision.  She was astounded when a mountain lion crossed about ten feet in front […]

Taking in sunshine

Ice Fishing With Kids

Almost all substances contract as they get colder.  There’s one notable exception and it enables life. As water cools, it gets denser. As the temperature continues to drop, cold surface water sinks to the bottom.  When the lake’s surface water reaches 39 degrees Fahrenheit something amazing happens.   As weather continues to get colder it expands. […]

One Candle

Light One Candle

Light One Candle is a ecumenical service and labyirnth walk to encourage people to commit to or enhance good works throughout the year to bringing light and love to lift up others and ourselves. For more information on labyrinths go to Veriditas, The Labyrinth Society and Labyrinthos.

Hearing Consultation

Can You Hear What I Hear?

Sometimes change happens as quickly as flipping a light switch. One moment it’s dark. A second later brightness fills the room. Other changes creep up so subtly that it’s hard to notice them at all. That’s what happened to my hearing acuity. It probably started years ago when massive machine gun noise assaulted my ears […]

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