If it is wild to your own heart. Protect it. Preserve it. Love it. And fight for it. Rick Bass
By: calpoppy, 9:31 PM GMT on March 01, 2015
My son and DIL are having their dog Barnaby DNA tested to see what breeds of dog are in Barnaby. All the family have put in their guesses, now it is your turn :))
Barnaby was thrown out of a moving vehicle in front of my DIL's school where she teaches at. And that is how they now have Barnaby. He weighs in at 13 lbs.. And is a non stop pup! They have had him for over a year now.
Updated: 10:49 PM GMT on March 04, 2015
By: calpoppy, 3:21 PM GMT on January 28, 2015
Continuing on the bird theme I thought a blog about my peacocks would be fitting, especially since I have loads of pictures of them.
We started with five peafowl chicks and now only have two. We knew in the beginning that there would be some loses. But the ones that were taken were taken at night when they roosted in a low enough place that the coyotes had an easy time getting to them. So now we have two, which is plenty and t...
Updated: 3:20 PM GMT on February 04, 2015
By: calpoppy, 11:08 PM GMT on January 01, 2015
This is a participation blog! Please let everyone know what you do for the birds, what type of seed do you use to attract different birds, bird housing, bird shelters, plants for birds. Do you have winter shelters? What are your fav birds, post pictures even if you didn't take them.
Lets start with some pics, birdhouse first. Mr. P made this out of cedar, then I painted it. The paint will keep the wood from expanding and contracting which would pop...
Updated: 11:53 PM GMT on January 19, 2015
By: calpoppy, 2:32 PM GMT on December 11, 2014
It is about time I got around to finish up this trip blog, LOL!!! Here we go....
Last camping spot was McGee in the Sierra Nevada up above the famous fishing lake Crowley Lake.
This is what we saw every day
Quite the sight! I would have loved to hike up there, but it was not to be this time.
Our camping spot and Mr. P
We camped right by the...
Updated: 2:34 PM GMT on December 11, 2014
By: calpoppy, 8:11 PM GMT on November 07, 2014
The Ruby mountains are located in Northeastern Nevada, by the towns of Wells and Elko. They were named the Ruby mountains because of the garnets that used to be in the area. Yearly snow averages 10-15 feet! Know for spectacular wildflower displays in the spring.
We stayed in Angel Creek the first two nights then moved to Thompson Canyon campsite the next two nights. The canyon sides are rock, cut clean by the huge...
Updated: 7:36 PM GMT on December 02, 2014