Showing posts from April 4, 2004
Google News We noticed a large wound on fauna's hip yesterday. It was covered by wool till now, but it came apparent yesterday. The vet came and said it was a bed sore, a deep one. Now we have something else to nurse back to health besides her still unknown ailment. We are talking with some folks out west who are having similar problems with their llamas... no one seems to know what this is... it is a mystery to the vets and to the owners. Hopefully, these folks will be able collect enough information from llama owners and the case can be determined.
The following was sent to Frank Choltko-Devlin after he gave his two week's notice as an instructional designer at work. Don't be a stranger. One of the great experiences of my working life has been staying in touch with people I have gotten to know at work after our directions have parted.
Linux on a Badger I feel pretty crappy. Don't know why. I just am. My cousin is moving closeby. It turns out she got a job as a doctor at an Ithaca hospital. It is weird how we have ended up in the same place in the world. She is from Maine originally. I hear they have some lambs on their new property. My Aunt is coming to live with them as well. Weird. "Let's all congregate in between cities in central new york."
Raytheon Polar Services Company - Supporting the United States Antarctic Program Well, I got the pigs. They are 13 weeks old and weigh in at 25 lbs each. And they do not and will not have names. I will put them in the freezer in the fall. I need to make an appointment with the butcher way in advance I am told. My camera seems to be broken again. I will have to see if I can repair it. We had quite a bit of snow the other day. I had drifts about a foot high. I boiled down my birch sap. Five gallons of sap yielded about 4 ozs of syrup.