Nature notes and photos from BC, Canada, mostly in the Lower Fraser Valley, Bella Coola, and Vancouver Island.
I've been trying to work out what is involved with the circus of the spineless and can't find up to date links but I don't want to miss the deadline so I'm submitting in ignorance and in a rush . . . so it may be completely irrelevant. If so, I apologise. On the other hand, the title has pleased me because it's good to know there's another out there who finds spineless creatures of interest.I have a blog called Loose and Leafy http://looseandleafy.blogspot.com/which is generally about hedgerow plants. My recent post, which meandered off onto Sea Squirts got a less than enthusiastic response from my readers. Indeed, from most of them, there was a polite silence. They aren't as pretty as flowers, true, but I was excited when I found them.Therefore, I am entering them for your carnival. If this is terribly inappropriate - ignore the entry!But in case it isn't, this is the linkhttp://looseandleafy.blogspot.com/2010/11/floating-in-history.htmlLucy Corrander
If your comment is on a post older than a week, it will be held for moderation. Sorry about that, but spammers seem to love old posts!Also, I have word verification on, because I found out that not only do I get spam without it, but it gets passed on to anyone commenting in that thread. Not cool!