Alligator

17 Feb 19
Jayne Harmony

the hippopotamuses stood shoulder-to-shoulder in defiance.  They reinforced what I already knew well: I was off the path.  

17 Feb 19
Stabroek News

By Stanley  Greaves Before commenting on Ron Savory the artist, note must be taken of his association with the Theatre Guild in charge of lighting electronics and stage setting. He too, like Marc Matthews, was a member of Ravens, the first basketball team founded by Ken Corsbie who had introduced the sport to Guyana. Savory […]

17 Feb 19

Sarah Stanley

Sarah is in her final semester as a journalism major with a concentration in botany at the University of Florida. She is a communications intern at UF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute and a reporting intern with PolitiFact Florida. She just cracked her fourth year working part-time at Publix. Sarah’s work has been featured on the […]

17 Feb 19
The Smarty Scoop

Scientists have known for a long time that alligators swallowed rocks, but they assumed that, like birds, the rocks were eaten to help them digest large meals. It was even thought possible that the rocks were swallowed accidentally when the alligator scooped up prey. But recently researchers had a suspicion that these reptiles where gulping […]

17 Feb 19
Joy of Growth

Miami, Florida Jan. 1 – 4, 2019 and Jan. 13, 2019 Joshua Edwards Sawgrass Recreation Park Jet Boat Miami Biscayne Bay Sightseeing Boat Cruise Duck Tours South Beach Everglades Airboat adventure Tour Jungle Island Lion Country Safari Miami Seaquarium Perez Art museum of Miami Frost Museum of Science Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Jet Boat Miami […]

17 Feb 19

You will look super kawaii with this pixelated hair bow! It measures 5″ wide and 4″ tall, with and alligator clip on the back. We can do pretty much any color you like, so if you would prefer something different, just let us know! ********************************************************************* We use a combination of Artkal and Perler beads, both […]

17 Feb 19
"You Might as Well Read"

I have a question for any of you wanderers of the web who may happen by my little space — do you like museums?  I realize that the automatic answer is usually a “yes” but with fingers crossed — we think we ought to like museums, just as we think we ought to like classical […]

17 Feb 19
LoganBruin--An Unauthorized Autobiography 📸✈️

The Boy and the Egg In what looks like a European town, a boy finds an egg and takes it home, wondering what will come out of it. It ends up being nothing he could have imagined. Cute story, with a good twist. Nicely drawn, though nothing here really stands out. 3/5 Cody Eats Everything […]

17 Feb 19
Adafruit Industries - Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Browse through all that’s new here! NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK Circuit Playground Express Soil Sensor Mini Kit: Coming soon! Sign up to be notified when this kit is in stock The thirst is real! Keep your flora (plants, not the board *wink*) happy and hydrated with the Circuit Playground Express Soil Sensor Mini Kit. This […]

16 Feb 19
Chasing Summer & Good Vibes

7th – 11th November  At The Top End A short 4 hour flight took me to the capital of Northern Territory, Darwin. I knew Australia was going to be a completely new change of pace and I was really happy to start off in an area that still felt veeeeeery different to the UK. It […]

16 Feb 19
This Stranger's Life

Last December I took the kids to the George Observatory. It was not what I expected but it was not a terrible experience. The observatory is located in Needville Texas inside of the Brazos Bend State Park. We have been to the park many times but never to the observatory. Since it is roughly 30 […]