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2019 

  As you can see in this short video clip, our Bee-N-Bee is filled with activity at our rural home in Camas, Washington. The occupants are Mason Bees, a wonderful hardworking, and gentle (non-stinging), pollinator.  We work in the vegetable and flower gardens together in perfect harmony.   Althou...
04/30/2019
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 Our flowering cherry tree is in full-bloom right now. What a treat! The view out our Great-room windows is filled with pink, fluffy blossoms. It reminds me of the Pink Cotton Candy I used to eat as a kid at the county fair. Fortunately, the thought of spun sugar and food coloring now makes me sl...
04/27/2019
Washougal Home Sales - Nature As Neighbors If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you'll want the latest Market Report for home sales. Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, so many homes are on acreage, have panoramic views, or are waterfront properties. Washougal is Chinook for "...
04/26/2019
Instagram Videos - Are they Valuable for your Brand?   Here are some recent statistics about the viewers on Instagram.   32% of all Internet users are on Instagram. 59% of internet users between the ages of 18 and 29 use Instagram and 33% of internet users between the ages of 30 and 49 use Instag...
04/25/2019
Proper Pruning is Good For Fruit TreesSpring is here and, if you live in the country, hopefully you've already pruned those fruit trees in your yard. Growing fruit trees is not a passive activity – especially on rural property where you often find lots of them. They actually require year-round at...
04/24/2019
Oh Fiddle-dee-dee, it's Fiddlehead Season Again in the Pacific Northwest   Fiddleheads are the furled fronds of a young fern. Aptly named, the new growth is tightly wound in a curled spiral resembling the scroll on a violin's neck. You often see them emerge in our area in March or April in moist ...
04/23/2019
The theme of Earth Day 2019 is protecting our species by examining our behavior.  Nature as Neighbors has long been a supporter of protecting the environment and creatures that are affected by us.A crucial component of natural plant and tree cultivation is pollination - fertilization spread by be...
04/22/2019
Every year the Easter Bunny brings big hops and big hopes – and lots of Easter eggs.  We’re not sure which came first, the Chicken or the Egg.  But we do know Easter is the time of year when many thoughts turn to eggs, the universal symbols of rebirth. Decorating them, putting them in baskets, l...
04/21/2019
 The month of April brings out a flurry of rabbit activity at our rural home in Camas, Washington. We'll spot movement out of the corner of our eye and see one, or two, quickly hopping by. Occasionally, Mac will run to the window and sit in fascination as he watches one munch on the clover in the...
04/20/2019
YouTube Thursdays - You Say Gif, I Say Jif!  GIFS are everywhere. As to how to pronounce it correctly, the debate rages on. However, the guy who created the format, Steve Wilhite, insists it's pronounced "jif', like the peanut butter. We've noticed most people still pronounce it with a hard g, "G...
04/18/2019
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