fOlO-9/ “the muLeYs of Rocky Mountains & Eco-system delights
(3-20-17) batch-22″ (12-31-18)
One facet of Ecology other than anti-ecologic: chem-tRails,
Ionizationings, are mammals. The other is
gRanite and weather equals ‘cold’. That’s correct,
colder molecules do not need soap
to rinse chemicals away. Ordinarily! I moved
into this storage-space, cold-water cabin
17-plus, years back. The muledEeRs were curious,
or mostly a “visual-tReat” to behold,
that wonder of nature, a four-legged fence jumping
animal w huge listening capabilitiEs.
There are countless other mammals of the central-Rockies,
as I’ve expounded upon food procuRements
and none is from hunting. The “muLeys” are fun-to-study.
Twice I threw oRganic caRrots to the ground surrounding
my insulated palace. They’d hang around sooo
I did stop the inordinacy, altho I feed Ravens and
coyotes scRaps from monthly collections from here
they too are disgarded for no-human context:
visuality. I believe the fawns learn at the pace of the herd
as well as mother, but they adapt
what they learn to ‘know’. Because of that feature,
fawns were hard to ph0t0. This past year
I did get to become them as they are.
Alas those are separated iMaGeS.