June 2017 Newsletter

Obama in BerlinMr McKrekor here stuck in the Twilight Zone

 Oh, that woman. I am talking about my friend Lilian. I have heard it said she gets like that, forever taking on a new cause and this is my first experience with such a phase in her life. I wasn’t even an egg the last time. I really wanted to pursue my endeavor of courting my new Sweetheart but here comes that woman, by the way she throws her purse over her shoulder and aims her step to the car. I can tell she is on a mission. Can I fly 50MPH and catch up with her car? I can try because I would really love to let my Sweetie know I am leaving for a bit. One more dip in the birdbath in front of the house to be presentable…

It is, after all, 86 degrees and this could be a long trip to where ever she is rushing to. I just wish I had a little notice but Humans are a strange species. Everything on a schedule, everything has to happen right now and not flexible, at least not to my interpretation. Read more …

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May 2017 Newsletter

anzugMr. McKrekor shouting from the rooftops, actually the trees by the rooftops. April has finally left and oh what a month that was. On the surface. It appeared to be much of the same but one did not need a microscope to see how it really played out.
To start off I want to tell you that it was the wettest month on record. In Washington State it rained 44.69 inches between October and April compared to 37-plus a few inches in a 12-month period. AND the rainy season has not even ended yet.Talking about ruffled feathers, I was soaked. On the Chehelis Reservation on Moon Road Lilian discovered an empty Eagle’s nest two years ago. Not so this year. A female had taken up residence in the nest and her young ones had hatched already. Imagine, a nest staying in tact for such a long period of time with all the wind and rain for 3 seasons. Who said we feathered friends don’t know how to construct a dwelling…. Read more