Sex: MaleName: Horn EngallsYOB:2019 It is spider mating season and the males are out to drop a load to as many females as he can find. Mr. Horrn E. Spider is actually sniffing out webs coated with the female pheromones to get busy. Unfortunately for Mr. Horn the female he was stalking was a different... Continue Reading →
Washington native spider commonly found in forests that is not toxic to humans. It might look scary with a fuzzy body and spiny legs, but trys to avoid people.
I have finally put it off long enough. From the looks of things, I will be wintering out here in the woods. I need to get busy on my winter shelter and I'm way behind. To help, yesterday I packed in on my shoulders these lovely ten posts. Weird, they are designed for outdoor use... Continue Reading →
I woke up to this view this morning and almost fell over. It was like a slap in the face deja vu. It was a scene I woke up to every school morning before running to catch the bus. For about 15 years in two different houses this was part of your view if you... Continue Reading →