..and more good stuff Our history was shaped around those who spent more time outdoors than in trying to make a decent living from the very ground they cut. Along with that came "wives tales" passed down through the generations that not only held some truth , but shared in stories to keep these hard found lessons relevant to this day. Remember these when you are able to … [Read more...] about Wise weather tales
Animals are great indicators of changing weather and fronts approaching~Hawks flying high means a clear sky~~When chickens roost in mid day expect rainy delay~~When roosters calls before he goes to bed, he will rise with a watery head~~Crow flying alone means bad weather approaches~~Swallows nesting high in trees mean a mild spring and summer, swallows nesting low will bring … [Read more...] about Animal Indicators
"A ring around the sun or moon, means rain or snow coming soon"It usually happens in the colder months of the year- It is a formation of ice “crystals” that we are seeing. If you can see a “break” in the halo/ring...that will be the direction of the bad weather front fast approaching!Understanding and interpreting how the sun and moon affect the earth is a crucial skill, … [Read more...] about Look UP!
Lessons that the Earth can teach us are easily overlooked The Willow is a very giving teacherHe has much to share if you listenYou do not need to be the most experienced tracker to understand his “speak”The Willow provides food, shelter and knowledge for all I want to share a lesson I gained from the Willow“the hare and the willow” I was observing a willow thicket on … [Read more...] about Ask the Willow
Spiders leave there webs before s rainstorm Ants are busier building their mounds before wet weather Frogs and crickets are louder before wet weather Flies gather more indoors when wet weather approaches I thought this was pretty handy information, hope you do as well! If YOU know ant cool old wives tales, sayings or proverbs please share in the comments below! jb … [Read more...] about Insects tell ALL