Friday, May 29, 2015
After fixing the fence I walked in and the red head was pretty subtle. Normally it is easy to find the calf by just following the gaze of mom but she gave no such clues. I finally found him hidden behind a log and sat on him just as he was leaping out. After the tag- #65- he was not wanting to run- just gave me that very disappointed hurt look like I was from mars.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
The swallows are nesting today. I had decided they had passed us by this year because it is so dry.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Saturday, May 16, 2015
One would think that in a valley where the Matanuska Glacier once moved that the gravel would show random deposits of debris. If you enlarge this photo you will see clear signs of stratification indicating water deposit.
Not a hundred feet away near the edge of the Matanuska River cliff you see what looks to a farmer like glacially pushed and deposited gravel- the exception rather than the rule in cuts around here.
These are like pages out of a history book waiting for words. Any geologists around?
I'm starting to think Bella lost her calf. Her and Liberty both came into the herd about six months old without their mothers and still get pounded on a lot. Is this a way for the herd to shut out new genetics???