check out TLC tonight (saturday) from 7-8pm, for a preview of Planet Green, Discovery's new environmental channel that will launch on June 1st .
there's 2 shows on:
7-7:30 = Wa$ted
7:30-8 = Greenovate
Thanks, I'll check those out.
I hope they don't have any shows about how ethanol is the way to the future. It will be a death blow to the station if Al Gore has a show touting how converting the world's food supply into gasoline is a good idea.
Next up: Vermont City Marathon: May, 2011
The first show, Wa$ted was horrible. It's about on par with most of TLC's home shows, where they turn renovation (this time, energy conservation, recycling, etc) into a mini game show (if you can save money we'll give you your savings over a year in cash).
Greenovate looks more interesting, but I stopped it a few minutes in, because I had to get back to packing for the move. I'll finish that one tonight.
Yes, you move is close upon you! Have a good time and am SOOOO sorry I can not be there to help.
Yes, Wednesday is almost here.
I was thinking about setting up bird feeders and a webcam, until KD told me that the bears will go after the feeders. I looked up the NH Fish & Game page, and found the info..
"Take down, clean and put away bird feeders by April 1. Store the bird feeder until late fall. (Birds will do just fine with the natural foods available.) Bear damage to bird feeders is a common and growing spring complaint."
Maybe I'll setup an infrared "bear-cam"
Anyone ever have a feeder attacked by deer? Mine was. Or maybe it was a bear, wearing deer-paw boots?
Sorry for the thread hijack... but it really did happen. Ripped the cage off the outside and everything.
Nah, it's not a thread hijack, we're just changing directions. It's because I mentioned moving and then Brad asked, yeah, it's Brad's fault...
I am used to it. Things are always my fault. Especially those things that worked fine for others and I broke somehow by being nearby.
You might think about hummingbird feeders. We normally have lots of flowers on the deck and also have a hummingbird feeder. It is quite common to have 3-5 hummingbirds out around the deck at one time.
Bears might like those, too! Yumm!
Originally Posted by KD Talbot