My pond as it is evolving...
The source of the Hule'ia River Nawiliwili Valley, Kauai ©March 18, 2013 Today is the vernal equinox, the first day of spring, and to some of my Cherokee friends it is also the day to honor the Long Man by making a visit to a stream or river. Show More Summary
Born in Swansea on 21 March 1933, Michael Ray Dibdin Heseltine grew up at 1 Uplands Crescent (now number five) and was a keen angler in Brynmill Park.
Oceanfront home for sale at the Rockaways (NY) By: Pat Coate St. Bonaventure University has a wonderful service group called BonaResponds (http://bonaresponds.org/) that recently spent their spring break helping with Hurricane Sandy relief on Long Island and at the Jersey shore. The group is headed by a finance professor, was started shortly after Hurricane Katrina [...]
Well, it’s spring. And since I worked Sunday, I took part of today off to enjoy it. Here was my mode of transportation: Still, I was determined to look for signs of spring. The dogs looked too: Well, one of the dogs did. The other just wanted to play stick: No, really! PLLLEEEEAAAZZZEEE! No, Glock… [...]
One of the most popular poems in the Victorian Age - for recitation and for private reading - was undoubtedly Casabianca or, as it is invariably known, "The boy stood on the burning deck."
The artist Graham Sutherland is seen by many as one of the visionaries of 20th century art. A new exhibition at the Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St David's, Pembrokeshire, reveals how deeply Sutherland was influenced by the area's breathtaking scenery.
Tidepools Shipwreck Beach - Poipu, Kauai©March 2013
Spring seems to coming in fits and starts this year. We will have a couple of warm days followed by cold windy days. During one of those cold spells at the beginning of March, I was fortunate to spend a couple of days visiting my sister in Florida. Show More Summary
Next week sees Cardiff hosting some of the younger generation's favourite authors and characters as the city's first-ever literature festival specifically for children gets underway.
It might be something of a generalization but, from the early days of the princes, the Welsh have always enjoyed poetry and revered their bards.
I'm a lucky dog... I get to go places! Sometimes they have to leave me behind in the car because NO DOGS ALLOWED. I don't feel very lucky, then.I wait patiently tho and don't do anything to ruin the upholstery... Here I am at St. Marks at Thanksgiving... Show More Summary
After a bitterly cold start to the week, it has now turned less cold although still chilly with some frost.
Pennsylvania Elk By: Pat Coate On my way home from a weekend trip to New Jersey I decided to stop by the Village of Benezette in the heart of Pennsylvania’s elk country to see what I could find. I got very lucky and ran into a herd of about 25 elk just outside of the [...]
"Sorry I didn't get in until five, Mum. Faith No More's tour bus broke down in Mold and they were teaching us jazz chords."
There's a part of me that wants to just post adorable and artistically composed photos, but that would only tell half the story of these burrowing owls and might leave the reader overly impressed with my bird-finding skills.: ) The truth...Show More Summary
Winter has returned with north-easterly winds from Russia bringing a big drop in temperature.
For most of us it's a dry day today with some brightness but strong to gale force north easterly winds making it feel bitterly cold!
End of the week we had some exciting birds arrive to the area. Had my first Rough-legged Hawk of the year (CHECK) and then Patty found our first of the year Turkey Vulture (CHECK). Subscribe to Mon@rch All Rights Reserved ©2006-2013 Filed under: iPhone