Animal Friendly Tourism

Responsible tourism means making sure that it's animal friendly tourism. Torn from their mother from an early age, captive tigers suffer daily abuse in the name of tourist entertainment. Same goes for elephants. A tourists was gored by a bull elephant at Bangkaew Adventure tourist site in Tambon Song Phraek back in February. This is... Continue Reading →

Pet Day

April 11th is pet day. Our household is filled with pets. They actually outnumber the number of humans. We have a dog, a turtle, a rat and 3 cats. Each cat has it's own personality. My cat is the regal queen. She doesn't like to be picked up or touched unless she's the one coming... Continue Reading →

Why I love fall

September 22nd marks the first day of fall. Although I am sad that the summer has gone and that we had to close the pool, there is a lot about this season that I also love. The beautiful colors the leaves takes in the fall. To watch leaves fall on a windy day.

Beware of sharks?

Should be beware of sharks? You may think sharks are the most dominant marine predator, but you'd be wrong. Sharks are beautiful fierce majestic amazing animals. Yes they are definitely what I would call the top predator of the sea, but that's for sea life not human life. The odds of being attacked by a... Continue Reading →


If you live in the city, it's easy to go years without your feet don’t touching earth’s soil anymore. Especially with all of the warnings about lime disease out there. I've always needed time outside, in nature, touching the earth, swimming in lakes, passing time around a campfire. Whenever I pass too much time in... Continue Reading →

Are you a dendrophile?

A dendrophile is someone who loves trees, forests. My home is surrounded by trees and I love it. I would be incomplete and miserable if I were not surrounded by trees. For the survival of the planet, we all need to be dendrophile. One of the most helpful things we could all do for the... Continue Reading →

Beaver Day

April 7th marks Beaver Day. The beaver may be the national animal of Canada, but it can be found everywhere across North America. A large portion of the beaver population can be found in British Columbia and in lakes and streams all over the rest of Canada. The world’s largest beaver dam stretches 850 meters deep in... Continue Reading →

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