No, we didn’t see any gators. http://www.draft3.com/slideshow/ Yes, we got a new appreciation for a unique and fragile ecosystem. No, there weren’t a lot of bugs. Yes, it was cool. And, yes, you should go there.
It didn’t rain all day, but it looked like it was going to … so this was a big day for On Demand movies. First, I watched a Sundance-y movie called “Easy.” Pretty good, except I kept wondering what the characters actually did for a living that enabled them to live in adorable houses but… Continue reading »
This slideshow doesn’t work 100 percent right, but anyway, here it is. Trip to Vizcaya, the 1921-built estate and gardens of John Deering. Vizcaya Slide show
Click on the image at left for a slideshow of my recent trip to the gorgeous Fairchild Botanical Gardens. If you like plants, green growing things, or the earth at all, and you find yourself with some spare time in the Miami area, try to visit the Botanical Gardens. They will give you a new… Continue reading »
The ocean this evening from my balcony looked churned up, a result of Ike’s rain, wind etc. On closer inspection, the surf was active, but not that wild. Anyway, I got inspired to compile some of the pictures that have accumulated since I’ve been here. The first shots on this little video were taken a… Continue reading »
I saw this fish in the ocean the other day. But what is it? Click image at left to see more.
I’m just saying, I started out HATING this site, because of its stupidity, and because of how it says everything wrong about people who like cats, or even about people who like animals in general. About how we’re all morons who can’t spell and think animals are people, and how we love cuteness and whimsy.… Continue reading »
It’s not my Christmas, er, holiday card. But it is a cat-tastic look at Spencer the Cat under the tinsel tree, only minutes before he tried to knock it down. Just click on the cat at right to enjoy the short video.
If you like swamp trees and the crabs that live on them, you’ll want to view this quick slide show of my recent visit to the Anne Kolb Nature Center, where I learned more about mangroves than I ever thought I wanted to know. Just click here or on the image at right to see… Continue reading »
So Spencer the Cat found the Cat Dancer again. What is Cat Dancer, you ask? It’s only the most insanely addictive cat toy ever invented. Addictive to cats, that is. Is it a toy mouse stuffed with catnip? A giant ball of yarn? A roly-poly fish head? No, the Cat Dancer is a piece of… Continue reading »