Figure 1: Recent Local Lake Photo (Taken Christmas Day).
This year I decided that Hutch should have real turkey for Thanksgiving. In putting the recipe together, I found that many of the homemade DIY dog food recipes that include turkey are lacking the calcium. The ones that include calcium use bone meal, which is hard to find, and said to be often of questionable quality. So, what to do? I’m no vet nor pet nutritionist, but I …
Figure 1: Water from hurricane Florence (click to enlarge).
We’ve had quite a bit of rain in central NC over the past couple weeks, as the local lake’s normally dry overflow bottoms are testimony.
Recently I had an opportunity to taste a variety of radish that I hadn’t previously known about – the so-called “watermelon” radish. They do look like little slices of watermelon, don’t they? These came from (Kristen and Jason’s) Red Root farm, and they are tastey. I rarely come across a radish I don’t like, but then again I’m fond of turnips and rutabaga as well.
The tree blossoms this time of year are pretty impressive to see up close and in person. Via an amateur’s photo – maybe not so much 😦
It’s always so hard to catch a deer in a photo. They move around so much, that every other picture is a blur. I guess it’s the same as with my dogs. Anyway, here’s a shot, taken out of the back-yard window, showing the start of a procession (four deer altogether) – parading through my little nature preserve.
I guess I’m a dog lover rather than a cat lover. In this world, you are one or the other. Cat people will take this badly, but IMO, cats aren’t cuddly. When I come home and am greeted by 209 pounds of slobbering, panting, grinning, and jumping canis lupus familiaris, I know they like me! Now, some scientists have measured the “love” chemical in dogs, and officially endorse what I already know …