Tag Archives: birds at feeders

I said I’d be back…who is the sheriff now?

And as the sun begins to sink into the western horizon…

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Welcome to Taylorville-on-the-hill: A graphic novel for the birds

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Tank top in 70 degrees yesterday; snow falling and 34 today!

Yesterday I had on a tank top and worked in the yard. The scrap metal from construction that I put on the roadside was gone. Folks not only pick up furniture or clothes or old bar-be-que grills, they will pick … Continue reading

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Here comes the sun!

Oh, my, but I was happy to see clear blue skies yesterday, and sunshine, and 60 degrees. Although the snow was still on the ground and ice on the driveway and my car stuck at the bottom of the hill, … Continue reading

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At last, a use for all those spider webs that appear overnight!

Raise your hand if you know what a hummingbird does with a spider web…yes, PeggyJoan, I see your hand first! I am known to be quite impatient in waiting for the hummingbirds to appear after I clean and refill the … Continue reading

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How do I love thee? Enough.

The snow has begun in earnest now.  I posted earlier on the Lottabusha Chronicles about the beginnings of the winter storm.  I went out early this morning to fill bird feeders, and it has gone from this: to this: I … Continue reading

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