When it comes to the things of nature, Sir Charles Darwin would weep while St. Francis lamented my ignorance of the created realm. Besides the cat, dog, and cow, I’m lucky to know the name of any indigenous flora or fauna. But that certainly doesn’t stop me from admiring the diversity of creation. This high-flying […]
Here’s a tripartite look at the autumnal colors invading the valley where we live.
Last week Poppy and I went to a nearby Nature Park to enjoy the first of what we hope will be many beautiful and sunny Spring afternoons. Look how gorgeous my daughter is! If you take a look at the last picture, you’ll see that I’ve positioned the second-to-last picture right next to its year-old […]
Today and tomorrow in 1855 townspeople in Devon, England, reported very peculiar cloven hoof tracks in the snow that went on in a straight line for 100 miles, even traversing housetops. The phenomenon has since been known as The Devil’s Footprints. The footprints were so-named because many of the more superstitious townspeople believed that the […]