Posts tagged "view from the porch"

View from the Porch – Toyota, Xfinity and Child Worship

View from the Porch – Toyota, Xfinity and Child Worship
In my head this is a big long drawn out diatribe, but I decided it wasn’t worth the time and effort to turn it into something that might have some real value. Instead I’ll keep it short and semi-humorous, or as a friend of mine likes to refer to me, snarky. I now drive almost... Read more »

View from the Porch – Time for a Change, Spring and a Job

View from the Porch – Time for a Change, Spring and a Job
Don’t even try talking to me before I’ve sucked down a couple of cups of coffee. Coffee must be sucked down while I’m out on the front porch, with a cheap cigar. _________ By 6:30 this morning, all four of the bald eagles had drifted up the river to their sitting spot below my house.... Read more »

View from the Porch – Squirrels, Bald Eagles and the Annoying Neighborhood Dogs

View from the Porch – Squirrels, Bald Eagles and the Annoying Neighborhood Dogs
Don’t even try talking to me before I’ve sucked down a couple of cups of coffee. Coffee must be sucked down while I’m out on the front porch, with a cheap cigar. _________ _________ Every morning when I step out onto my porch, the squirrels come running. Sometimes it will be just one, other days... Read more »
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View from the Porch – Where'd the Wildlife Go

Don’t even try talking to me before I’ve sucked down a couple of cups of coffee. Coffee must be sucked down while I’m out on the front porch, with a cheap cigar. _________ _________ When I walk out onto my front porch to enjoy that first cup of coffee or two, I’m usually greeted by... Read more »

View from the Porch – Hummingbirds, turkeys, squirrels, fishing and asparagus.

I haven’t seen the hummingbirds in a few days. The water level in their feeders looks like it hasn’t moved either. I’ll leave them up through the next coming warm spell in case there are a few stragglers out there, but I think that’s it. Summer is definitely over. The cut corn fields around me... Read more »