Thursday, July 31, 2014

Minuscule

Welcome back to The Daily Bone everybody. I’m your humble doggie reporter Chester L. W. Stephens.

You don't have to go on an epic journey to see something incredible. If you look carefully, and closely, you will find all kinds of interesting things in your own back yard. Here’s a fuzzy yellow caterpillar that was crawling on top of the compost pile.


A moss pillow.
A weed in the lawn.
A slug on a tiny pine cone.
Mushroom.
More weeds in the grass.
Seedlings.
Bumble bee.

Just keep your nose to the ground and your eyes open! 

9 comments:

  1. Great finds there. Any squirrels? Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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    1. Oh, lots of squirrels because we filled up the bird feeders! We've been running all day!

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  2. Good job sniffin out those lil critters an plants!

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    1. Thanks. I think a lot of people don't really look at the things around them. Or else we are just a family of weird science geeks!

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  3. OMD Chester... that is a very EXOTIC lookin mushroom. Never seen one like that in 87 years.
    You are very right... you gotta LOOK in order to SEE.

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    1. I think it's just a regular old toadstool that got way too much water all at once!

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  4. Very cool pictures! We got dose same flowers da bumblebee was on - we get butterflies on ours a lot.

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  5. We have a few butterflies too and hope more will come.

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  6. I found a big grasshopper on one of our bushes. I got up close and personal and he FLEW off. Scared me half to death!!

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