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  The snow is gone from Dog's Plot,  and with it  the cats that holed up under the chicken house and fed with the roosters like the skunks used to .  A possum has since moved in with the chickens. The little ponds freeze over every night , then  thaw every day...and the first pair of  mallards made a pass at them this afternoon.  Too soon.

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  The weather decides who moves  when, and  the weather itself sometimes yearns to wander.  So does  Davey Weathercock.   Snowed in for weeks, he took advantage of  a special opportunity in paranormal  snow conditions to ski across the vast top of his tiny world,  so that he could inspect the weather and hunt up some  Savage Nog:  the local elixir without which this report might possibly never have been finished.     Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 10:11
 

BUCKEYE JIM: Davey Weathercock and Olive confront the Weather

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        .                                                                                           snow covered coop    

  Davey Weathefrog eyercock and Olive the weather hen live under a hollow  buckeye tree, which   is just now beginning to crawl with  nesting  critters....even though our deepest snows and disappointments may be still ahead of us.  Lured by the treacherous sun, Olive will go out on the deck to peck around under the buckeye, as Davey skis  out to visit the Queen of Pumpkin Hill pear trees at the edge of the woods not too far away...  but first we need  to tend the chickens.   You come too. Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site

Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2010 23:44
 

Going With the Flow

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Whether climate change makes it hotter or colder,  dryer or wetter, it makes for a lot more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and that, according to recently completed studies, has caused hardwood trees in the Northeast to grow from two four times faster than they did just twenty years ago. 

  That means your return on orchard plantings should be double or quadruple the normal rate of return in the first year and exponential after that.  Don't you think you should get with the new  growth industry?  Don't  you think you should invest in Climate Change?  Get with it.  Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 February 2010 17:04
 

Winter Run: Davey Weathercock Goes Fish Watching with Brother Juniper

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Despite the fact that the coldest weather and the deepest snows are probably ahead of us, the recent thaw and the increasing sun light have got the skunks moving, the hens beginning to lay, and has inspired a few rainbow trout to run up from the lake  into the gorges, where a careful stalker with a good eye can see them. They may drop back down to the lake, or stay through the winter, but the main run will come with the warm rains of March or April.  Today Davey Weathercock and Brother Juniper visited one of the ten thousand tiny gorges of the Finger lakes and saw some huge fish.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 18 February 2010 17:11
 


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