Good Morning! I am excited to announce that Birdbros, the podcast will now be available via Anchor and Spotify (and hopefully more platforms to come). The first episode has been released on Anchor and Spotify. I will include the link below. Unfortunately, I am having trouble getting it available right here at our home base… Continue reading Birdbros, the podcast LAUNCH!!
Enjoy a new Youtube venture, Recipes for Disaster. We all love to narrate our explorations in cooking as though we are the star of a Food Network hit, don’t we? If not we, then I. Because I sure do! Join me as I create a fun, meditative guide to all your meal-time stressors on this… Continue reading Recipes for Disaster
There is an empty-seeming fire house---it looks more like a tin barn. A while over (several country roads), there is a gas station, though it is here, near the belly of Kentucky, it is an Indian Grocery store (as I’ve heard it called) which I find interesting. The roads are long, and so is the… Continue reading Sandhill Crane Day
BirdBros, a preview 2020 Coming to a device near you March 3rd, 2020! Beginning in March 2020, Sunshoal is bringing a podcast to you! Introducing BirdBros, a podcast on all things...that's right all things! Join me as I try to scrounge up friends, family or near strangers to discuss any wonder of the world--from our… Continue reading Welcome to BirdBros, a friendly introduction
Photoblog one of many, I'm sure A snapshot of one of the most beautiful places I have had the pleasure of being during my time on earth. I fell in love with nature, life and myself in this magical and wonder-ful forest. Beyond the gates that lead to the empty, untempered forest that healed and… Continue reading Bernheim, a photoblog
A Photoblog! There is so much to be seen, resting right under our noses are some the most beautiful spectacles on the planet. What's on your roadside? Sometimes the (not so) rare beauties are sitting right next to a piece of garbage or in the center of a median. Create a searching image for beauty,… Continue reading Roadside Attractions: Frost
Cactus are quite a unique plant with quite unique strategies for surviving in harsh conditions. Some of the most unique and interesting people I have met are those who have developed unique strategies to not only survive harsh conditions, but grow and love through them. https://phys.org/news/2016-03-cactus-purifies-contaminated-aquaculture.htmlCheck out this link to an interesting article about these… Continue reading Rising On A Cool Night
How to Haiku Writing a Haiku is something most all of us will explore in our lives. I think I first learned of them in an elementary English class…perhaps third or fourth grade? Most of us will likely leave the haiku there, along with the little brown desks whose tops open up to reveal a… Continue reading Saving the Haiku from the Fourth Grade
This week's Get to Know Your Neighbor goes to the Least Tern! The Interior Least Tern, to be specific. The 'that's a mouthful!' version of his name you ask? Sternula antillarum athalassos. Like many shore birds, the Least Tern has shown heavy population decline in recent years. Their population falling a staggering 88% between 1966… Continue reading At Least We Still Get A Tern
In this weeks Get to Know Your Neighbor... Wildflower of the week goes to...Asiatic Dayflower! Asiatic Dayflower (Commelina communis) Dayflower Family (Commenlinaeae) There are many common Dayflower you may encounter throughout your life and certainly your day. If you live in the more Mid-West to North Eastern part of the United States like I do,… Continue reading Get to Know Your Neighbor!