Thursday, July 29, 2010


Good Morning.
Another new day has arrived and I hope that all of you are in a Happy mode because I Am.
We now have all three cams working, with Marys help we had # 2 going in the early afternoon. DAD.

Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #1
Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #2
Dad's Outdoor Web Cam #3
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.I hope that you will have time to go see Sara's Dog Training blog ths morning, it has helped me many times and it will do the same for you. DAD.
I hope that you will have time to rear this below it is interesting, It will show you a lot that you can do for the WILDLIFE that is near you. DAD
Dear Ray,

With the heat of the summer in full swing, you know there’s nothing quite as refreshing as a cold glass of water or a dip in the pool, lake or ocean. But what would you do if you were a hot, thirsty bird and couldn’t find that relief? Since normally abundant water sources can begin to dry up in the sun and heat, some of our feathered friends find themselves desperate to find a cool haven.
You can help provide a refreshing oasis for wildlife thisseason simply by
creating a National Wildlife FederationAdvanced “Bird-Friendly” Certified Wildlife Habitat™ site!Whether it’s a place for them to clean their feathers or a stopover to refuel with a quick drink, all birds need water year-round. And they’re relying on you to help! Simply providing a water source in your backyard is one of the best ways to care for and attract local birds, from hummingbirds to songbirds — even some waterfowl! Here are a few helpful hints for turning your yard into a haven for wildlife this summer.
Provide a bird bath on a pedestal or a shallow dish at ground level to attract birds of all types and sizes.
Stack rocks in your bird bath to create landing places so tiny hummingbirds can bathe.
Clean and refill your bird bath or water dish every few days to prevent your water source from becoming a breeding habitat for mosquitoes.
Create a pond, if space permits, to provide habitat for wading birds, ducks and other waterfowl. After providing a water source and other essentials for the birds in your neighborhood, don’t forget to
designate your garden as an Advanced “Bird-Friendly” Certified Wildlife Habitat™ site. You’ll not only experience wildlife in your own yard, but for your $35 application fee, you’ll receive many other benefits too (see sidebar to right)! Get started today!
David Mizejewski
NWF Naturalist, Media Spokesperson, Author
A new day has arrived and I am still feeling very good. I awoke this morning feeling rested and that is a good feeling.
Here is my thought for today

'' These things havve I spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation; but be of good cheer; I have over come the world."
These are words of Jesus, John chapter 16 verse 33. It was in our bible study last night. What is better than having the peace of God in our hearts, Dad
Here is a link below to our local weather, you may get your own by just typing in your zip code..
todays/usa/tennessee/knoxville/id/37920 .

Slight chance of a thunderstorm. Hot and humid. High 34C. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
Partly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms. Hot and humid. Heat index near 105F. High 94F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%

A few days ago I was talking to you about the tomato season being over, I got to thinking afterwards that it is over here in Dads little part of the world but not in others places. In fact the tomato season is never over, somewhere in the world they may be just getting their plants in the ground.. And as you know my blog is read in 91 countries I will keep on talking about tomatoes and how I can help you produce the best, Send me your questions in, No charge just a smile from you . DAD
This is the page for you to read Dad's Tomato Garden Web Page As you know my main purpose in writing this journal has been to help you in producing a good home grown tomato. If you will read this page all the way to the end you will find lots of help. There is some help on blight , end rot and other diseases.
.Dad's Tomato Problem Solver Site. I think that you will enjoy this, DAD.

We are not going to worry today because we know that God is looking down from heaven on us and he knows what is best....And I am leaving a full pot of Sumatra X bold coffe ready and waiting on you. Be kind today.

Copyrighted 2010 Dad's Tomato Garden Journal all rights reserved.


Anonymous said...

Good Morning, DAD,
Thanks for printing your letter from David.
Having a Wildlife Habitat is a splendid way to help the birds in your neighborhood stay refreshed. Yesterday, from Cam 3, I saw some birds stop at your fountain for a drink and a rest. I think the running water is cool and delicious. When there are two or three birds feasting at your feeder, it is facinating to watch how one bird might wait until the others fly away before putting its beak into the tray. Enjoy all the gifts in your garden and have a very happy day.
Aloha, Sara's aunt

Sara said...

I surely don't do enough for the birds in my yard. After finding that nest, I really should help the birds out more. Maybe I will look for a bird bath.

Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

How did your visit to the doctor go yesterday? Did he take your money with a smile?

Anonymous said...

Good Morning DAD...

Posting the letter from David is another way you are helping nature. Some of your readers (in 91 different countries) may now decide to create a natural habitat of their own for the birds in their part of the world. That is something David could not have done on his own.

Mae, the neighbor's cat, now enjoys having me scratch her belly and behind the ears. Four days ago she wouldn't let me touch her. I guess she knows who is feeding her and who is opening the door to her natural habitat. You have had Prince for over a month now. He must enjoy sitting with you in your office looking out at your Wildlife Habitat while you scratch behind his ears. I can almost hear him PURR.

Have a pleasant day, relax a bit with a cup of Starbucks x-bold. ...Sara's Mom

jmuhj said...

Dear Dad, Ms. Mary, and PRINCE!:

Looks like a good day to stay inside sipping some nice iced coffee and watching the birds with Prince! ;) I couldn't help but SMILE reading Sara's Mom's comments about Mae and Prince. I love all CATS and all CAT LOVERS ;)

It must be quite beautiful there in your wildlife habitat. I put a bowl of water out every day for anyone who needs a drink; sometimes birds use it to bathe. ;)

Love to you all from Jamaka and fams