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If you live in the western sections of North America, you’re likely familiar with the Steller’s Jay. This is the first bird I’ve drawn on my iPad rather than on my computer. I hope you enjoy him! Right click here and select “save target/link as” to save this printable PDF Steller’s Jay pattern to your […]
I’ve been working a lot lately and as a result, feeling a bit sedentary. I miss my hikes with Hannah. Paul’s been a sport coming out with me a few times, but he doesn’t like the types of hikes I enjoy. Wendlilee invited me out for a walk at Petit Manan Point. Fresh air, the […]
When the splendor of the maples has dimmed and the oaks and aspens alone give color to the landscape, there are the barrens. Magnificent, garnet-colored blueberry fields sweeping to the horizon. Save
When Hannah left for college in August, the toughest part of leaving home for her was leaving Snape, aka Boo, behind. While we have two cats and a dog, Hannah is Boo’s human. Since Hannah’s departure, Snape has moved into our room taking up permanent residence on the bed. He sleeps all day and at […]
You won’t find this Bullfinch Maine – or anywhere in the United States for that matter. I had to search for this finch when the suggestion came through for him. They’re darling and I wish they dined at my feeders. Hope you enjoy. Right click here and select “save target as” to save this printable […]
When the weekend forecast looked gray, I played hookey on Friday and headed to Acadia National Park with Paul. My end game was to see Cadillac Mountain in full autumn color. At home, color has mostly faded, the leaves losing their hold on the season. Acadia seems to be just entering peak leaf season. Next […]