Model 10ER (1952), s/n: 72883 (MickyD restored in 2009/10) / Variable Speed Changer / A-34 Jigsaw / Jointer-Shaper Fence
Mark 5 Model 500 (1955), s/n: 309828 (MickyD restored in 2008/09) / Magna Jigsaw Model 610, s/n 65001 / Yuba 11” Bandsaw Model 630, s/n 39807 / Magna Jointer Model 620, s/n 17792 (restored in 2021) / Magna 6” Belt Sander Model 640, s/n 13742 (to be restored)
Professional Planer Model M5082, s/n 003918
DC3300 Dust Collector (circa 1998)
Happened upon this today. From a distance I could see the pock marked lake bottom and as I got closer I could see the fishes who were responsible for creating a nice gravel craters.
On Nature shows I have seen ocean fish who did this but not seen it in real life in a fresh water pond. Keep learning things every day.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcVbLPF ... E.L.Reible
You can get a bit more information in the description if you are interested. I did return another week on and no similar activity going on, so it is over for this year.
I also filmed a butterfly holding on in some major wind.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lDK076 ... E.L.Reible
Then there was this cat with a halo, or as I titled it Halo Cat. Not sure why that happened but it did and I got the film to see it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbRATaS ... E.L.Reible
Then there was last night when there must have been a meeting scheduled for our back yard. First a cat goes in, then an opossum followed by a skunk. There is actually some time between events but it more fun thinking that they all were going in one direction and then imaging a reason.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bZOJEH ... E.L.Reible
And here is a brief appearance of a young opossum:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYMakeE ... E.L.Reible
This short video captures last nights sunset. Take a look it is only 12 seconds long.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjrHPUj ... E.L.Reible
Hope you want to see some more skunk videos. It would appear that we have three young skunks coming to visit. They are on their own but might be sticking together some what. In this first video a young skunk appears then seems to find something to eat. At least that is what I think is happening. They eat bugs and grubs so maybe that is what is going on but who knows?? After, it leaves by way of the back yard.
This next one is my favorite of the night. What I think is young skunk number 2 seems a little uneasy. Keeps looking off to the side. Well there is a surprise for you to see.
Then the final young skunk visit of the night:
But the night was not over. A cat appears and seems cautious and curious and either a large male or mom to be. What do you think?
The bees don't seem to mind when we are near by, even watering the plant. I have to count but I think maybe 5 plants, we lost one over last winter and did not add one like we have been doing each year. Have to see how they do over this winter, we haven't been doing anything to them other then setting them on the ground and hoping for the best.