This blog is about our travels in our solar powered "Airstream" and living off grid, in our passive solar home, near Bancroft, Ontario, Canada.

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Saturday, 15 June 2013


This was our company last night. About 8:30 he trotted by our windows, but I didn't have my camera ready. Later we spotted him way down by the beaver pond. This was my best shot after blowing it up on the computer.

This morning we have  many turtle holes outside our big windows. The ground there is sandy and a perfect place for the turtles to lay their eggs.  They rely on the sun to incubate the eggs. Did you know that the sex of the turtle in the egg is determined by the temperature the sun incubates the egg at?

We've certainly seen most of the local wildlife this spring. Now if we could just have a black bear visit it would be complete.

Thanks for stopping by. I must check on our chickens to see if they are OK.

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