Monthly Archives: January 2011

Surprise Sugarberry Tree

Yesterday we trudged through 10 inches of snow along the valley creek near the Caldwell pottery, looking for future tree removal work for Matt and Duncan. (There are several trees down along the hillside from previous thinning work and past … Continue reading

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Fox Squirrel Pauses for Picture

With more than 9 inches of sparkling snow and nowhere we need to go, this is one of those sit-by-the-fire days, those very quiet days, by the PGT. As we ate lunch, Henry caught sight of a fox squirrel, grabbed … Continue reading

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Seeds and Snow

Last week Matt and Duncan burned a patch of the bluff top area that overlooks Hillers Creek. So Henry and I were able to scatter new seed there on a cold, snow-spitting day. (The kind of snow that feels like … Continue reading

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