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An amazing and beautiful video from the World Wildlife Fund taken with a GoPro camera on the back of a sea turtle at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy!
Saw the Penguins of Madagascar movie over the holiday weekend. While no Oscar contender, this fun and charming film is enjoyable for kids and adults alike. As usual, the spy-based humor, visual gags, and word play are a delight, just … Continue reading
While reading a book that is especially enjoyable, I literally revel in it, not wanting the book to ever end. Never Look a Polar Bear in the Eye by author Zac Unger is just such a book. It is a … Continue reading
Each autumn and winter millions of northerners across North America make the pilgrimage to points south, primarily Florida and Arizona, to escape the snow and cold. Similarly, flocks of birds migrate southward for the winter from their summer nesting grounds. … Continue reading
“Puppy, puppy, puppy.” That’s the call we heard from the Jack Russell Terrier breeder in Belleville, Michigan as we were first introduced to her litter of puppies in the fall of 1996. In response to the call, out from the … Continue reading
Here’s the 2014 list of the cities with the most postal carrier dog bites. Initially, it appears that Houston sits atop the list as the bad doggy capital of America. But, when the numbers provided below are calculated in terms … Continue reading
I just finished reading the book, The Pony Express Trail: Yesterday and Today, by author and historian William E. Hill last week. The book is an informative read that provides a snapshot history of this famous cross-country courier service and a … Continue reading
Breakfast would always be served prior to 6:00 am. Eating from each other’s bowls would be mandatory. Flipping water bowls would be a new Olympic sport. They’re paws, not hands! All humans would be able to speak and read cat. … Continue reading
Below is some fascinating data on shark attacks in the United States since 2001. It lists the states with the most sharks attacks for each year since 2001 and whether they were fatal or not. It is quite interesting to … Continue reading
Given the popularity of Duck Dynasty, the AFLAC duck, Donald Duck, Daffy Duck, the duckduckgo.com search engine, and a myriad of other duck-related items, one would think these winged fowl already ruled the planet. But, just in case, here’s my … Continue reading