Greenhouse, Icehouse and Snowball…the history of ice

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One antler left

Rutting has been tough on the bucks. Cold winter temperatures are pretty tough too. The antlers are coming off. This fellow has already shed one. He’s survived the long deer season well. He’s got a nice big body, and next … Continue reading

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Moving Inspiration: Closing Day!

1. Oracle Fox  |  2. Found on Pinterest |  3. Found on Pinterest  |  4. Then Let It Be  |  5. Apartment Therapy   |  6. Urban Outfitters  |  7. Found on Pinterest  |   8. The Bungalow  |  9. Room … Continue reading

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San Francisco hotel features Canine Operating Officer

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Hunting Reeves’s Muntjac in England

Reeves’s muntjac is native to China and Taiwan. It is not native any place in Europe, but one of the places where it has been introduced is England. The epicenter of their population in that country is Bedfordshire, where this … Continue reading

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Her Poodle saves her life every day (and sometimes night)

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Under Construction!

I am happy to announce that a new chapter is in the works! LoveMy2Dogs

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Winter Pet Care

Helpful infographic from Native America Humane Society. A simple rule: if you’re cold, they’re cold. Bring them inside! Until next time, Good day, and good dog! Doggies.com Dog Blog

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Ivy in the chilly December mists

Flinty cold, but the snow is gone. Natural History

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Crick Coon

The stream runs in a soft trickle over the sandstone. It doesn’t babble like any old New England brook. This is an Appalachian creek, best pronounced “crick” for the little crickety sound that it makes as it journeys down the … Continue reading

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