When I injured my knee last February, it became apparent that I would not be able to fly to my BIL’s wedding in DC. So…..
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We took a walk today along the east side of the Mississippi River just down stream from Coon Rapids Dam. The park here invested about ten years ago in a major prairie restoration project which has been paying off big time in recent years. The following is a sampling of the scenery, mainly focusing on flowering plants in the prairie areas, but there are a couple of woodland plants and a few other items of interest as well.
I’ve numbered the photos so you can provide suggested identifications of any items you recognize. For some photos, you can click to get a larger image. Most larger images are not more than 1700 pixels wide, and will appear in a window with scrollbars.
Continue reading Plants = Love at Coon Rapids Dam East
There were two of them, flying together, and they seemed to be going fast.
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One of those good grazing spots, attracting white rhino, various antelopes, wart hogs, and birds.
One of those really cool and useful “evolution stories” gets verified and illuminated by actual research. And blogging!
Continue reading The Oystercatcher and the Clam
Bwahahahah!!! The true purpose of blogging? No… from Ed, a compilation of the best/worst movie insults evah!
Continue reading Everyone in this room is now dumber, having listened to what you just said
The trial started on July 10th, 1925. It ended on July 21st of the same year. Evolution lost. That time. Subsequently, Evolution won most of the trials.