Monthly Archives: August 2009

Digiscope Challenged, The Saga Continues, But Maybe There’s Hope

Inspired by DawnFine’s Blog post on making your own scope adapter, I headed off to Lowes this morning with scope & camera in hand. I bought this 2″ coupler, threaded on one side, smooth on the other. On the smooth … Continue reading

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Some Meanderings Through The Rockies

We live only an hour and a half from the top of the Rockies. It is a blessing I often take advantage of. Maggie and I drove up there after church on Sunday, since Al was out of town and … Continue reading

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August Monthly Bird Walk Fun

Part of my job at Wild Birds Unlimited in Fort Collins, CO. is leading monthly bird walks. I have not yet written a post about any, but today was particularly fun. Some of the folks who’ve joined us on our … Continue reading

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Cornmeal & Peanut Butter & Beef Fat & Kitchens

I’ve made my own suet cakes since the mid ’80’s. It’s a messy, smelly process, but I love it when I’m done and have bags full of suet cakes that last me several months.I finally was able to get an … Continue reading

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Hit the sack!

This is a really fun and super useful thing to teach your dog. I use “Hit the sack” as my cue to go to your mat or bed or in this case a towel. I don’t normally train 3 dogs … Continue reading

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Western Colorado Birds, Brews and Friends

Birds & Brews in Delta, Co. on August 6th was a resounding success! We didn’t pack the place out, but we had a wonderful time. Bill & Cheryl Day, Evelyn Horn, Lauren Burke and myself visited for over an hour … Continue reading

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