STINKING DESERT CHRONICLES — SPRING 2017

 

We will, if not exactly ‘deal’, address (m-o-l) a few items, such as:

TANGENTS, (or co-sighings) THAT THE END TIMES ARE UPPAWNNUSS

The seemingly/seamingly never-ending spiral of doom

& in spite of the above, where (includes what we might “wear”, besigheds frowns) do we go from here?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If need be, we’ll talk about it next post.  I think the photos “say it all” — whatever IT is ~

15 thoughts on “STINKING DESERT CHRONICLES — SPRING 2017

    • i was gonna (and am going 2 !) insert a comment about that, that B ‘n mee have never seen a moose IN our state (Colorawdough) — I’ve seen ’em in Candada, Warschington, Wyoming — but never ‘here’. So … we were at our son’s house (Steamboat Springs) and he said he looked out his window (we were still asleep) and there were two moose (meese?) out nibbling the lower branches of his favorite tree. But they left some, uh, incriminating evidence … “Close as we’re gonna get” I supposes.

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  1. Moose poop! And here I was all excited to find hedgehog poop in my compost bin. The size of our native critters does not correlate. I’m guessing IT isn’t the new King remake, but perhaps something to do with snow and sun in the same set of photos?

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    • ?? well, hedgehawgz wood definitely/deafeningly? be a novelty here! ahh… the droppings are similar in APPEARANCE to those of deer and elk, but maybe twice as big(ger). like I/we said, we still ain’t seen any of those in our present state (no: not! cornfusion, — the subdivision of the U.S. (Colo.)). not that it matters — we’ve seen newly-born pronghorn antelope, the kestrels are moving back into our trees, deer cross our yard practically daily (and Betty laments: why don’t they eat the dandelions instead of my tulips?)

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