Goats, hinnys and zeedonks, oh my!
It was quite an eventful two days in the Tuscon area, beginning with a 3-hour hike through Saguaro National Park (East). Visiting with relatives, attending a circus-related exercise class and catching up with a recently transplanted friend from Massachusetts.
The Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch has much more than ostriches. It also has donkeys and deer and goats and rabbits and chickens and ducks, oh my. Plus some exotic birds called lorikeets. Even stingrays. And you get to feed them all, with special food provided. https://youtu.be/4SAjPqyGhlY Push Play to watch video It was a hilarious … Continue reading Kissing Goats
Stand clear: these birds aredeathly territorial.They don't play ostrich.
Today's blog is inspired by last week's #TRLT discussion on Twitter about Deserts and Dry Places. We used to write off deserts and dry places as wasted space. But within the past couple of years we've learned to appreciate the diversity of geology, biology and general atmosphere that deserts offer. Deserts are full of hidden … Continue reading Desert & Dry Places
We came, we saw, we danced. And danced and danced. For nearly all of 2018, we danced in a different scenic or iconic location every day. https://youtu.be/mF6Gt4gUmeQ Dance Across the Nation We began on New Year's Day on the beach in Myrtle Beach, SC; and we skipped and swayed and pranced and capered and cavorted … Continue reading Dance Across America – East to West