A couple of months ago, I posted about visiting a friend who builds physical worlds — John raises poison dart frogs, homing pigeons, and a bog of carnivorous plants. He also has a peregrine falcon named Luz. On Saturday, he invited us up for an afternoon visit. […]
Today we visited a friend who is a naturalist. Well, he’s a professional computer geek, but outside of work, he raises poison dart frogs, homing pigeons, carnivorous plants, hawks, and dogs. He gave us a tour of his home, and when we were looking at the vivariums, he mentioned how much he enjoys world building.
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- So the normally 7 minute walk from the train stop took twice as long. Still got the bird home. Also: I can't believe I just did that. about 15 hours ago
- A woman just did a double take and then cracked up at me & my turkey. #expatThanksgiving #publictransportation ???????? about 15 hours ago
- “it’s this nowhereness that’s key to the music” — from ‘There is a dark side to this bucolic Swiss bliss’: https://t.co/scM7Xn0qGe 03:48:43 PM November 24, 2015