Dear step counter/fitness tracker: We had a deal. Every day I am supposed to drag my sorry carcass out for exercise. You are supposed to whistle, beep, and send me shiny icons and provide motivation to continue doing that. Most of all though, you are supposed to count. Imagine my surprise when I looked and saw … More An Open Letter to a Malfunctioning Fitness Tracker
I have written in the past about extreme gardening in the Great Plains. Between wind, drought, and more wind, I have often wondered if I should seek some type of therapy. I have gotten used to a gradually-warming climate (welcomed it even). One side effect of climate change is the uptick in extreme events. We have … More May 18. Frost Advisory. Unhappy Gardener.
There is no greater relief than a good scratch where it is needed. Standing under the apple tree will probably score some treats, but the chances for bump on the head are also high. Your true friends will always help out, even standing head-to-tail during fly season. There are gopher holes in every pasture. Watch … More All I Really Need to Know, I Learned From a Horse
Time to catch up on a few things around the ranch… Blizzard Fail. In my post a few days ago “Getting Ready for the Snowstorm“, I talked about the lengthy checklist in getting ready for the weather system that was predicted to dump 12-20″ of white stuff on us. Well, the ‘great’ storm has come and … More Random Updates: Stinky Puppy, Blizzard Fail, and Brilliant Garden Idea Number 1 for 2013