College Rodeo – Pocatello 2019 pt1

I’m ready for the rodeo Idaho State University’s rodeo (home game), Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th lots of fun, sunshine, and horses. — Jenny Patriotic opening ceremony Bareback bronc riding Bareback bronc riding – flying Breakaway roping Working horse portraits Team roping Competitors & Coaches Calf roping Saddle bronc — when the horse … More College Rodeo – Pocatello 2019 pt1

American Robins

American Robin February 10, 2019 The American robin a ubiquitous bird heralding spring but coming in a flock of 30 or more to my house. “The American robin is a migratory songbird of the true thrush genus and Turdidae, the wider thrush family. It is named after the European robin because of its reddish-orange breast, … More American Robins

An Attempted Birding

I decided to try birding up in the hills near my home.  It’s a productive birding area in the summer and I’ve found flocks of horned larks on another winter.  This was a decidedly different trip.  On the way out of town I spotted starlings, robins, crows, house sparrows, and eurasian collared doves. So my … More An Attempted Birding