It’s well into tick season and for many, getting outdoors means dealing with ticks. Not only are they annoying little creepy-crawlies, they are also vectors for many different diseases.
According to the CDC, the following disease/tick species associations are notweworthy … Read the rest “Ticks, Ticks, and more Ticks”
I got the new GPS out for a hike and some geocaching on this day. I started out by loading the USGS topos for the Stephen F. Austin Experimental Forest (SFAEF) onto the Oregon from Topofusion. I chose the topos … Read the rest “Garmin Oregon 450: First Hike/Geocaching”
Okay, so I’ve got a kitten update for those of you who are interested in such things. We’ve had the kitten awhile now, and just got her spayed along with a front declaw, since she was starting to scratch everywhere … Read the rest “Kitten Update”
I found out at my appointment with my oncologist last week that I don’t need anymore chemo! I got a greatly reduced dose (2 days’ worth) for round #7, and that was it. No round #8 for me. I did … Read the rest “Can it get better?”
My wife has been raving about this little kitten that had been housed in her vet clinic for the past few weeks. It had been found as a very tiny kitten out near the horse barn, and an employee brought … Read the rest “New Kitty”
I have been having problems with feral cats this year. I first noticed them shortly after I moved into this house about a year ago, but didn’t have any trouble until … Read the rest “First feral cat”
Sorry it’s been so long since I’ve posted anything, but I have a good reason for that. Really, I do.
You see, I got cancer. Yup. Acute myelogenous leukemia. Man, that hit me hard and fast, too.
Here’s how it … Read the rest “Wow, what a year!”