Now that I have your attention…and yes I’ll bake anyone a pie who responds to this once it’s safe to share food.
Like most everyone, the loneliness and isolation is getting to me so I’d welcome hearing from anyone out there. Our days alone are long. Grateful for nature and the great outdoors, which have become our classroom and saving grace to this pandemic. Working with V to capture in photos the beauty, changes and living beings we see everyday.
Q’s & some A’s from Outdoors U
1. Your answer here
2. According to the American Daffodil Society, a jonquil (Narcissus jonquilla) is one of the thirteen divisions of daffodils (Narcissus spp.).
Bonus question: Did you know there was a daffodil society??
3. Negative ions are molecules floating in the air or atmosphere that have been charged with electricity.
Negative ions exist in nature wherever water collides with itself, including waterfalls.
Researchers have found evidence that negative ions are pretty awesome. They can: help regulate sleep patterns and mood; reduce stress; boost immune system function; increase metabolism of carbs and fats; kill or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, viruses, and mold species, such as E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus.
4. Your answer here
5. Your answer here.
6. Weeping willow trees get their common name from the way that rain looks like tears when it’s dripping off the curved branches.
7. Local geese catchers use border collies, “friendly, and amazing working dogs especially bred and trained to ‘herd’ or ‘harass’ without harm.” There is no mention of where the geese go when they are humanely harassed, if that really is a thing. Answers?