Boz & Isla became parents on November 23, 2022. They’ve grown SO fast. This is from morning chow time on January 19th. 5 females are available to the right country home to people who are familiar with LGDs and have a purpose for them. There are so many restrictions at Facebook, Next Door, craigslist andContinue reading “LGD Puppies”
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HughesNet? Don’t Do It!
Before I moved to the country, I knew my internet and television options would be limited. There would be no cable or fiber service as there is in the city. In the city, I used to switch between Spectrum cable and AT&T, regularly switching from one to the other when they offered a good dealContinue reading “HughesNet? Don’t Do It!”
In Admiration of Animals
This cold is getting old. It’s -5 degrees today, Valentine’s Day, with a “feels like” wind chill of -23 F. It hasn’t been above 15 degrees for 10 days and it’s not supposed to “warm up” to a HIGH of 20 degrees until Wednesday. On a day like today, I can’t be out for moreContinue reading “In Admiration of Animals”
Bonding with Boz
When I got Boz, a mix of Kangal and Turkish Boz Shepherd, two very old landrace breeds of livestock guardian dogs originally from the Anatolian region of Turkey, my first goals were (1) bond well with him, (2) make him comfortable with new his surroundings, and (3) learn, respect, and stay within the boundaries ofContinue reading “Bonding with Boz”
Ginseng Planted on Steep Slope
Ginseng planting is done. In beautiful, unseasonably warm November weather! I sowed a pound of seed in various spots on north and east facing slopes with seemingly sufficient shade around the woods, including this steep slope, and marked the rows with flags and high visibility tape — so I can find them later! It willContinue reading “Ginseng Planted on Steep Slope”
Scootch Got a Snake!
It’s a tiny snake, but a bona fide snake. Good job, Scootch.