Monthly Archives: May 2020

The End of May

The roosters and hens enjoy this spot in the woods. There is a fallen log for them to stand on and take in the surroundings. The yellow iris in the stream are in bloom. The bees love them. It must … Continue reading

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Newer, Bigger, Better

Pond upgrade. It was time to upgrade the tank I had for the garden ducks. The 4.5 foot water tank I had for them was too small. I realized this after moving some of the ducks to our pond. Ducks … Continue reading

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Summer in May

Every year an ice shelf forms on one bank of the pond, an ice shelf of cherry blossoms. Wind blows the cherry blossom petals onto the pond and pushes them against one bank. It looks like an ice shelf to … Continue reading

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Apple Blossoms and Magical Shoots

Apple blossoms are so beautiful. It’s a good thing all the fruit trees don’t bloom at the same time. There would be too much beauty to take in all at once. The chickens are having a riotous time with the … Continue reading

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