I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.
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I guess we were prepared for this possibility. Young yet mature turtle doves, like many birds, often are not successful with their first eggs. They actually ate one of the unfertile eggs shell and all. Then with only two eggs left both Don and Angie spent less time on the nest. After we candled the last eggs Mike removed them. But guess what, these two love birds seem to be courting again.
Just outside the door, it’s probably less than 100 feet through brush to the wash which flows only during heavy rain. Mighty Arizona Oaks reveal intricate root wads half exposed on the banks. The roots twist and turn back on themselves encountering rocky obstacles in the soil, creating windows to the sky. Poplars tower above. Ancient granite boulders squat in the sand. Quail feather evidence of a successful hunt The wash is full of life. Bird song all around as they flutter by in a blur. Deadwood critter The imagination awakens with the discovery of nature’s gifts.
We see the BIG picture.
And also the small components.
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