Earth Day ~ 2016 April 22, 2016April 21, 2016 ~ Tails Around the Ranch Today is Earth Day. Be kind to Mother Earth and all her creatures, especially in your garden. Happy Earth Day! Live, love, bark! <3 Sharing is caring:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
20 thoughts on “Earth Day ~ 2016”
great earth day photos, I planted a tree for earth day.
Outstanding! We may need to replace one seedling tree that didn’t make it through a dry windy winter. I mourn the loss of trees, you and old. People don’t realize how valuable they truly are to keep things balanced.
We had grey, cloudy skies and rain yesterday, so the girls mostly napped all day. Even Ducky.
Nothing quite like a cloudy skies to lull you into a good snooze. After all the back-breaking work in the sun, we wish for some of that soon! ღ
I’m part of the earth so I accept my best wishes.
We celebrated Earth Day by getting muddy!
Murphy & Stanley
Way to go guys!
Happy Earth Day! (hope you Coloradans survived 4/20, btw) 😉
The original event was cancelled due to the snow storm but I still avoid going anywhere near the park where the ‘festivities’ are held. Hey, my mom didn’t raise an ordinary fool! 😉
Happy Earth Day buddy!! XOXO – Bacon
You as well, Bacon!
Beautiful garden! It’s raining here, but we really need it. So, it is a good earth day!
Thank you. The rain and snow makes for terrific lupines; hope you receive exactly what you need for your slice of earth. 🙂
The deer come THAT close to your house/porch??!! WOW! We do have them in our garden, too, but never that close.
Have a great weekend,
Yep, that view is from across the street, but they were both nibbling around in the lupines. And we’re only 3 miles from the center of downtown Denver! Guess they must have been hungry…or lost. 😉
We’re about 3 miles from the centre, tooo, but then Fredericksburg is a small town. We have seen deer in gardens downtown, though.
I think they inadvertently came up from the Platte River that cuts through town talking a wrong turn. Only saw them on a couple different days. Traffic is so bad these days going into downtown, I hope they don’t venture up the hill again soon, especially with fawns.
Keeping my fingers crossed. For ours here, too.
did you adopt a deer?
Sam wanted to but they declined and skedaddled. 🙂