Mostly just talking about my environmental ed job, research I am doing, projects I am working on etc.
The Wild Wind
Let’s not forget about this Disney prince!
Did you know that 20% of male deer are homosexual. How do spot a gay stag? During mating season, male stags fight each other over does using their antlers. If a grown stag has his in good condition, there is a possibility that stag might be gay. They also tend to run with does instead of other male deers. And another cute fact is they tend to be very gentle with fawns(baby deer).
That’s right. Run your spottybitchass home.
because fuck you, that’s why
This is getting a little out of hand now.
I think it’s time to consider counseling.
This looks like a snapping turtle of some sort, so no wonder it’s escaping. Snapping turtles can take you fingers off (not an exaggeration. I saw it happen once) so they know you aren’t going to stop them because who wants to loose a hand, honestly? Snapping turtle does what it wants.
Hey all! I want to post more hiking photos but I’m going to be caught up in some commissioned artworks for a while then I’m heading off to San Francisco for a few days so it’s going to be a lot of reblogging. In the meantime here are some photos from one of my favorite hikes I took the summer before last. I went to Sand Cave in Ewing, Virginia on a roadtrip back from Tennessee (this was when I was still living in Maryland). It was 4 miles up a mountain and so beautiful! The sand was formed by wind, not erosion or water, and there was, at one point, 21 different colors of sand that a person could see at one time! It’s also not too touristy so you wont be surrounded by a lot of people while you are there. The trip is totally worth it if you ever find yourself around Ewing, Virginia or if you are looking for a place to hike. Also if you hike another 2 miles up the mountain you’ll find yourself at a look out! Unfortunately, I didn’t make it that far but there is always next time.