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Latest Blog Posts for Our Tin Barn - A Nature Blog

  • Mother Nature Tells Us The Meaning Of LifeWhy are we here? What is our purpose for being placed on this planet? Those are probably the most asked question of all time. Maybe we can find some answers to those questions by observing Nature. Watch raindrops for instance. They fall from the sky,...
  • Plant YourselfThroughout the spring and summer and deep into the fall, seeds go wherever the wind takes them. Some tumble to the ground, some twirl from the treetops, and others float like feathers on the warm afternoon breeze. But one day, there is a hint of chan...
  • Let Water Be Your TeacherGlorious water – brewed in the heavens in dark, stormy rolling clouds, and sent to us in brooding gray skies. Water is all around us. It patters the roof and drips from green lush leaves on rainy spring days; in the frozen winter, it drifts from th...
  • Intelligent Crows
    on Dec 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
    I share this old farm with a bunch of crows. About five or six of them call this hilltop home, and at any given time, you can hear them cawing off in the distance as they are getting into some sort of mischief. I like it when they stop by my place; t...
  • Silent December
    on Nov 25, 2012 in Winter d December nature silence solitude
    The year has grown old and cold and silent. In March the natural world is youthful and exuberant; in August it has a warm glow, but a walk with a December day is a reflective time with an aged year. … Continue reading →...
  • A Natural State of Gratitude
    on Nov 18, 2012 in Uncategorized
    Wildflowers facing the sun If the only prayer you ever say in your life is “thank you,” that would suffice. – Meister Eckhart I’m confident that one of the reasons nature is so magnificent is because it exists in a … Continue reading &#...
  • This Global Community
    on Nov 11, 2012 in Uncategorized
    We are all part of one big global community. Bees, more than any other creature, seem to know the importance of this community. So much, in fact, the hive acts as a single unit rather than a collection of many … Continue reading →...
  • A November Day
    on Nov 4, 2012 in Uncategorized
    I saw old Autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless, Like silence, Listening to silence - Tomas Hood Do you really know her, this time we call November? Have you ever spent an entire November afternoon admiring the sun, noticing … Continue read...
  • Nature’s Love of Persistence
    on Oct 28, 2012 in Uncategorized
    My little garden spot is small – tiny, really – just something for a few fall vegetables. To the surrounding weeds, though, the rich brown soil is an opportunity, something to conquer. Weeds, after all are persistent, eternally persistent, and &#...
  • The Fall Festival
    on Oct 21, 2012 in Farm
    So, every year it begins like this: from somewhere out there – off in the heavens – word is sent down to cease the growing season and begin the time of rest. All of the trees grow excited, and they … Continue reading →...
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