Biasini Speaks: I get PEMF Therapy!

Hello again Dear Humans. This past week I have been working all the days. There is a lot of ice and so Ma Leueen said we could not go out to the forest. I was disappointed as you can imagine. But I did get my therapy session so that made me feel good. This is…

How to use Herba Coat in winter.

Does your horse have dry skin in winter? Dandruff? Dry rubbed spots from blanket wearing? I think most of us who have horses in colder winter climates deal with all of these problems. I have found a product that helps a great deal. Omega Alpha’s Herba Coat. Herba Coat is usually an after bath conditioner….

A ‘Soft’ Day or a Glass of Milk?

The weather Deities must have heard about this weeks Lens-Artists Challenge. Ann Christine gave us the challenge of “soft “. I did not think I had photos that would work for the soft challenge. But ….when I woke up this morning we had dense fog. It was 0 Celsius and 92% humidity according to our…

Monday Minstrel: Bollards! The Spoils of Victory!

I belong to a Facebook Group “Memories of London” and recently saw a post about the final resting place of the canons from the defeated army of Napoleon ! Here is a quote from the post. “After the defeat of the French at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, the British started to strip the…

A Glimpse of Life from My Kitchen Window.

This past weekend I took part in the Great Backyard Bird Count. This is a world wide effort with thousands of people watching, identifying, counting, and reporting the birds they see. The final count is as follows: Species observed 6236 Completed checklists 302,400 World regions 253 Canada came in second place with 262 species observed…

Monday Minstrel: How do birds survive the Polar Vortex?

The Polar Vortex has descended. As the name sounds it is a broad swath of arctic air that descends onto Canada and spills on down into the northern US. I look at the little birds that come to our bird feeder and I wonder how they survive in the severe cold. This winter I am…