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All 3 of my pusssy cats working together in a rare trio to try and catch 1 lizard 6 inches away ...
tinkercreek comments on Jun 12, 2020:
So cute - hope springs eternal!
I found someone,I really enjoy being with an communicate with this isn't my first relationship so ...
tinkercreek comments on Jun 12, 2020:
What a great start to this for you, and I hope it continues to go well!
UPDATE IN THE COMMENTS: Sad news from the home front.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 12, 2020:
Dang it, that's a rough hit! So sorry you have to suffer through this, and hope things improve more quickly than expected 🀞
The flies are bothersome right now.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 8, 2020:
Excellent!
From facebook: "male birth control is free and it’s called holding a fish in your profile photo"
tinkercreek comments on Jun 8, 2020:
Given that we live in a time with groceries readily available and many contemporary means of offering one's value as a human being, I see nothing but red flags around someone who somehow believes they can attract a mate by holding up a dead fish or other dead animal (and I grew up with fishing and hunting; it's not about squeamishness). Then there was the man I was dating, who brought me a bag of harvested rhubarb and said "here, I bet you can make a pie out of these!"
Thats what xians will believe
tinkercreek comments on Jun 8, 2020:
Sounds like exactly what we will hear!
[facebook.com] I LOVE HER!
tinkercreek comments on Jun 7, 2020:
Me, too!
I seldom have to turn my compost pile thanks to these little bug eaters.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 7, 2020:
Wow, it's the whole posse!
Nailed it
tinkercreek comments on Jun 7, 2020:
Certainly would be an improvement!
I had gotten this from the atheist group on Facebook. [youtu.be]
tinkercreek comments on Jun 7, 2020:
That is awesome, thank you!
Grooming Day for the Poms.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 6, 2020:
They look pretty happy with the results!
Behold! My latest A1c no longer indicates diabetes.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Yahoo! You've beaten the numbers game and cleansed yourself of that chemical curse! So very happy for you and for the happy new options in your life, well done!
Good morning to all.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Haha, what a memory, we used to sing that when I was young! I think my mom taught us things like that, and/or had a collection of 45's with them.
Caprese Salad! Campari tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, sweet basil from the garden, salt, freshly ...
tinkercreek comments on Jun 3, 2020:
Great tip on the balsamic reduction, haha! The slivered basil looks so pretty, and would likely be easier to bite into, I like it!
Not a good photo of the baby and mother, but they were out behind my house this evening! I was ...
tinkercreek comments on Jun 3, 2020:
That would be so fun to see!
I'm baaaaaaaaack! LOL.
tinkercreek comments on Jun 1, 2020:
Congratulations, and so glad to have you back! That is fantastic success in improving your health and looking toward happier times on several levels. It will be nice to hear how things move forward for you now, and just good to connect again in general!
My dog’s heart worm treatment worked! We are finally able to go for walks and play kickball again.
tinkercreek comments on May 31, 2020:
So glad she's all better! I have heard from several sources recently that the toxic heart worm medication is actually worse than the affliction, now that there is treatment available. What was your experience with it: troubling, uncomfortable, expensive??
Another take on roasted veggies that turned out very well.
tinkercreek comments on May 29, 2020:
That looks incredibly wonderful! I've got the broccoli and cauliflower, so I'll hunt down some good mushrooms and give it my own spin this weekend!
New details on the mammoths at Mexico City's new airport - [dw.
tinkercreek comments on May 27, 2020:
We are so fortunate to live in an era of new discovery!
First of all I'm a beginner cook, and I cook just enough to have something to eat.
tinkercreek comments on May 27, 2020:
Welcome, and WOW, that's a huge pot of food! I'll be the first to admit (due to my culture upbringing) I am a bit squeamish over chicken hearts and gizzards, though I may use livers. The rest sounds great, rice and veges cooked with the rice and meat, a great staple!
Poor fashion sense
tinkercreek comments on May 27, 2020:
Looks like they both have retained the "let it all hang out" attitude.
By 11:30 am.
tinkercreek comments on May 27, 2020:
Accidental dishes usually seem to be the best, don't you think?
One night four university friends went out drinkinig till late night, as many college students are ...
tinkercreek comments on May 25, 2020:
Folly of youth? Busted!
Yummy! Peaches, peaches, blackberries, grapes with a catbird nest hidden in there, more grapes and ...
tinkercreek comments on May 25, 2020:
Beautiful crops, what fun!
Every morning Olaf begs for his food, then promptly lies down next to it and naps. 🀷‍♀️
tinkercreek comments on May 25, 2020:
Hahaha, kibble narcolepsy!
Make sure they are clean underwear πŸ˜‰
tinkercreek comments on May 25, 2020:
Now that is a great story!
This year I invested in a live capture tool.
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
What a great investment for you!
I finally dug out my giant overgrown Alaska Rhubarb plant and divided the rootball.
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
No, never enough rhubarb! I was so excited when a few years back I learned that you can just slice it up and freeze it raw, always have some ready in the freezer.
Weekends are Exhausting!
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
"Wherever we pours, we sleeps!"
Proud owner of a new (to me) guitar.
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
That's a beaut, hope you enjoy it!
Mouse Hunt (Almost) Cult Classic [youtube.com]
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
That really looks great, and now it's on my watchlist!
A rather awkward freshman finally got up the nerve to ask a pretty junior for a dance at the ...
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
Wham, nice shot!
Despite lashing rain & winds the Dahlia tree continues to 🌸 🌸 🌸 🌸 🌸 🌸 🌸 🌸 ...
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
Oh. that is lovely!
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
Wow, I'm hooked already, and think I have every gift-giving occasion handled now!
My Ornamental Plum has a plum! I am changing my yard to clover and I am loving it! So are the bees!...
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
I don't think there is enough sun on my grassy area for clover, but there are also few weeds. Your roses are beautiful. Waiting, waiting now, as tomorrow begins a nice warm streak after one more cool night!
What a great way to repurpose an old school bus.
tinkercreek comments on May 24, 2020:
Brilliant! Do you know where it is?
I was once is very good shape. The photos were taken when I was about 24 years old.
tinkercreek comments on May 22, 2020:
I wish I had pics of when I was 24, too. But look at you, and so cute, too!
Wild flowers i dont think we planted = weeds.
tinkercreek comments on May 22, 2020:
Weeds are just what we call something growing where we don't want it.
I have so many weeds in my garden that I cannot see the plants that are suppose to be there in the ...
tinkercreek comments on May 22, 2020:
Chin up, just work on on 24"x24" patch at a time, until it's completely cleared - don't cheat! Being able to see your progress is awfully encouraging, as opposed to facing the whole lot of it.
Had a fun photobomb today.
tinkercreek comments on May 22, 2020:
Love it, that's great!
I love how modern science is revealing what we thought was lost, I think there will be a lot more ...
tinkercreek comments on May 21, 2020:
You're right, we still have amazing discoveries to learn from via technology!
When I first got this Wisteria I thought it was a big disappointment, its a form called Roseum, and ...
tinkercreek comments on May 21, 2020:
Lovely, and I am partial to white flowers! I like how the lavender color accentuates the shape of each blossom.
Raven and Rose my cat could not get enough of the flow he kept trying to eat it.
tinkercreek comments on May 21, 2020:
Cats can be so weird!
I got almost everything on my list.
tinkercreek comments on May 20, 2020:
Sounds like a great day, along with your handsome young helper!
What was everyone's first car that actually belonged to them, not just what you drove?
tinkercreek comments on May 20, 2020:
'69 VW bug, sky blue and christened 'Quincy", loved that little car and learned several points of basic auto maintenance and repair!
A Tooth Changes Everything We Know About Humans Reaching Europe Remains of a modern human 45,000 ...
tinkercreek comments on May 20, 2020:
Woo-hoo, more Bulgarian history!
We often read articles on Egypt, Assyria and Ancient Greece but we rarely hear much about the ...
tinkercreek comments on May 20, 2020:
Thank you SO MUCH for posting this! My paternal grandfather was from Bulgaria, 135 miles west of Varna. He escaped to the US on a freighter when he was 17, working the coal mines in West Virginia up to a Beverly Hillbilly's dream (another story). He was short and stocky, dark-skinned with black hair, as was my father. There were occasional distainful whisperings of "like a gypsy!", but only Bulgarian was claimed. I followed a rabbit trail from this article to another chain on Bulgarian genetic roots, and found what I had 'known' all my life - I am 25% GYPSY!! It is the dark-skinned Bulgarians (Greek, Persian, Afghan) who are Gypsy and drifted north into Romania, while the fair-skinned majority (Russian, Slav, Viking) set themselves apart and settled in the southern regions. Oh yes, I have one of these:
This Monday is an anniversary for the biggest blowhard in our country – Mt.
tinkercreek comments on May 17, 2020:
I was in Portland, Oregon, with ash covering everything, in car engines, clogging streams, and everyone wondering how much worse it would get. A doctor I worked with took a small plane up (before they closed the airways) and brought in amazing photos from above the cauldron.
A while ago, I wanted to broach the subject of new relationships for the New Normal.
tinkercreek comments on May 17, 2020:
I'm likely not the only one wishing there could have been some pre-planning available for this!
An older friend was just taken to the hospital and I have a feeling she's going to be gone for a ...
tinkercreek comments on May 16, 2020:
You are the precious friend we all hope to have for our pets in an emergency! Knowing her pup is being well-cared for will certainly mean the world to her, and help her along as best anything can.
True Facts : Pangolins Posse - YouTube
tinkercreek comments on May 16, 2020:
OMG, I love this guy's work!
Cuteness for today
tinkercreek comments on May 16, 2020:
Oh, I'm smitten! Why can't doxies keep that look into adulthood?
Today's hike: flowers, snow and useless spears.
tinkercreek comments on May 16, 2020:
What a glorious adventure, and I love those little Lewisias!
Some flowers blooming now in my California garden.
tinkercreek comments on May 15, 2020:
I love that Rosa Glauca with the blue foilage!
Grow a garden if you love fresh food, wholesome food, economical food and getting dirty. :)
tinkercreek comments on May 15, 2020:
I agree with Allamanda regarding the storage time and issues, along with my overall discomfort that people are so dependent on having someone else prepare and serve their food, on a very regular basis. The shuttered restaurants, bars, cafes and food carts are such a blaring reminder that people are now preparing more of their own meals as they shelter in place. I am distraught over others losing their income source, even temporarily, but it seems so bourgeois, selfish and unhealthy that society has moved to such a structure. Is there some contemporary shame in cooking your own food?
Happy Friday people.
tinkercreek comments on May 15, 2020:
Looks delicious to me!
I don't socialize...
tinkercreek comments on May 15, 2020:
It's true! My little neighborhood has been gathering for 'distanced' Happy Hours on a common lawn every Friday. They start an hour or so before I get home from work so everyone waves, calls out, and raises their glass as I drive in. I park and take my things inside, give Chelsea her dinner, and as I let her out back I'll spy a couple weeds to pull, then something that needs trimming, some mulch to smooth over . . . and have no interest in leaving the plants for those nice folks out front.
This is my potting bench ...in my living room.
tinkercreek comments on May 15, 2020:
Makes perfect sense to me.
If you have ever seen a tarantula wasp you know they could handle a murder hornet.
tinkercreek comments on May 14, 2020:
I'll just believe you, thanks.
Wow, big 1960s hair!
tinkercreek comments on May 14, 2020:
I can't even imagine the maintenance needed for those!
Ya’ll from the Zoom chat-and everyone else! Here’s Miss Daisy. She fell asleep in my lap.
tinkercreek comments on May 14, 2020:
Aw, so sweet! Are those brindle streaks in there on the brown coat?
A True Story...
tinkercreek comments on May 10, 2020:
Sounds about right.
My rose I bought last fall has really come out of it's shell.
tinkercreek comments on May 10, 2020:
What a beauty! Mine are just starting to open, can hardly wait.
Old but relevant: In case you missed it on 60 Minutes, this is what Andy Rooney thinks about ...
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
Andy was always great, and especially so here!
Hi ya gang, how are ya all.
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
You are reminding me that I need a couple new garden tools! Mine have been used many years and are starting to show it.
My Princess Leia!!! You can kinda see why I named her Leia.
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
What a cute girl! Mine has osteoarthritis in several joints, and I recently was reading on remedies on my own aches, followed an online rabbit trail to pet remedies. Green-lipped mussels, grown in clean waters, are now being processed & sold in capsule, said ti be a great help (I also do glucosamine/chondroitin tabs). Within a couple weeks I found myself noticing how much more active she was, and remembered the time frame in starting these. Hard to tell if that's the key for her, but I'll continue as long as she shows improvement!
Haha, Sunday morning & the lovely fresh smell of drying capsicum (peppers in the American ...
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
Great projects, and I'm sure you'll continue to enjoy those concentrated flavors!
What do you think of a first date with social distancing?
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
Good plan, and more fingers crossed for you! πŸ€žπŸ˜‰β€
Pop quiz: Who is this handsome man I was walking with this morning? (A great guy, by the way)
tinkercreek comments on May 9, 2020:
🀷‍♀️
Today I was replacing a window.
tinkercreek comments on May 7, 2020:
Yes, it is!I worked with stained glass years ago, and my greatest fear (cutting glass) turned out to be the easiest part of the art.
Flint-knappers etc. will be interested. [westerndigs.org]
tinkercreek comments on May 7, 2020:
Love this stuff! I had a friend a couple years ago who was a serious artifact hunter, scouring riverbanks in Oregon and Washington. He had a practiced eye in spotting things most folks would not notice and it was fun to learn a few things. I was able to find a few small points and other items, and purchased some things from a friend of his, serious collector with several small rooms of native artifacts and displays.
Why do we garden, at this moment? [theconversation.com]
tinkercreek comments on May 7, 2020:
Most often, playing in the dirt is the only thing that still makes sense.
My girls relaxing after a day of running old log trails and stopping to play in creeks, ponds and ...
tinkercreek comments on May 7, 2020:
Awww, beautiful, happy pups!
A random page from my concert ticket scrapbook.
tinkercreek comments on May 7, 2020:
I have a square jar that holds them nicely!
Hi all, Just a quick hello, it’s been awhile since I’ve shared, but Henry missed you all, so did...
tinkercreek comments on May 6, 2020:
So nice to see you again! Hope all is well, and you and Henry are as happy as you look.
[youtu.be]
tinkercreek comments on May 5, 2020:
That was so well done, it was ALMOST worth having to watch that tool.
Corn Alert Why can you never hear a pterodactyl going to the bathroom?
tinkercreek comments on May 4, 2020:
Great stuff, all of it~!
First year with our 8 by 12 greenhouse and the first year we put the Tower Gardens inside.
tinkercreek comments on May 4, 2020:
Clean growing, I like it!
[youtu.be]
tinkercreek comments on May 3, 2020:
He does a good job with that cat!
I think we could all use this today. [youtube.com]
tinkercreek comments on May 3, 2020:
OMG, always the best laughs, brilliant skills!
I saw this, and since it is one of my all time favorite songs, I thought I would share.
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
LOVE IT! We used to sing this in parts in college, such fun!
Is this all there is?
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
Wow, I would like to offer some response for exchanges on this site apparently not meeting your opinionated standards. Really, that is not what this is, neither is it primarily a dating site. I think you may pick up some nuances from the many responses.
As has happened for me several times before on here, this past week, not one, but this time two ...
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
They are people just working a job somewhere in the world, unassociated to their age/gender. Following template guidelines, they respond with phrases in a language they may not understand, trying to earn money for their pit boss. It's nothing personal.
Might as well get an early start on that full body tan. :D
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
access_time 1:40 PM PDT on May 2, 2020 (GMT -7) | Updated 9 seconds ago 56° | 44° 54 F LIKE 54° icon Rain N0 Today's temperature is forecast to be MUCH COOLER than yesterday. RADARSATELLITE WUNDERMAP|NEXRAD Not happening in Portland, OR, this year!
In case you were wondering
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
Larson always nailed it!
This is old and the video reflects that but the humour is not old. [youtu.be]
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
I've always loved Rita, thanks for posting!
I found a decomposing dead fish that washed up from the lake when I was mowing this afternoon.
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
Be sure to update us on obvious changes to the crop, will you? I've always used Alaskan Fish Fertilizer on nearly everything in the garden, great results!
This is why some Christian's are looked upon with such disdain.
tinkercreek comments on May 2, 2020:
Yes, they most certainly, arrogantly do.
Egyptian shipwreck [sciencealert.com]
tinkercreek comments on May 1, 2020:
Amazing information, and always great to learn of advanced designs from ages ago!
Redbuds are edible?
tinkercreek comments on May 1, 2020:
Wow, I love learning of new edible plants, great article.
It is still about 4 weeks away from our average last frost date in Wasilla Alaska, but that does not...
tinkercreek comments on May 1, 2020:
You are amazing!
The garlic mustard is just coming into flower in the rough hedge bottom adjoining my neighbors ...
tinkercreek comments on Apr 30, 2020:
Wah! This is something we don't see in the Pacific Northwest, but very interesting information.
Whilst we're waiting for a zoom conference, put this link into your browser and say hello to me ...
tinkercreek comments on Apr 29, 2020:
I tried, connected, and accepted - but you were not there 🀷‍♂️. Time was 8:42pm, PST. One annoyance I find with agnostic is the lack of time stamps on entries - why not???
The little greenhouse next to the Mennonite store in Marion.
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
I planted one yesterday near my front door, between ferns and Columbine!
Need help reconciling my sons suicide and my ex wife's beliefs.
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
I am so sorry for your unimaginable loss. Your wish to reconcile your sons suicide and your ex wife's beliefs - is that really necessary? Perhaps it would be a more gentle pathway for you to just process the loss as you need to, and allow her to do the same. Is there a Dougy Center near you? They are a wonderful resource for grieving families, without religious bias or judgement. Even getting in touch with them over a distance may bring you some manner of finding your way through this with a few more tools to help the process. Wishing you and yours the best, take good care.
No wonder they won't talk to us! Alien contact kit which was available in 1970s apparently.
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
Oh yes, guaranteed!
Mrs Betty Bowers [youtube.com]
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
Love it, just perfect!
Caramelized Cabbage with bacon and feta I started off with the caramelized cabbage recipe by ...
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
Hmmm, think I'll experiment with that red cabbage and bacon in the fridg, and I think a bit of feta! AND that new Syrian spice mix I just picked up from the Asian food store will be marvelous with it all.
Our dogs are one way to organize the chapters of our lives.
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
You are a lucky dog-dad! I've had just 4, and with a day off tomorrow may just dig up pics of Chad, Betty, Mario, and my current Chelsea.
Saying howdy to the gardeners here.
tinkercreek comments on Apr 28, 2020:
Hi there, from another Oregonian! So you're just inland from the coast range? I think that makes your weather quite close to us near the city, but what a beautiful garden plot you've got there - I am envious!

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