Monthly Archives: April 2009

Solite Days 4-6

With the legless mammal diversion behind us, we can get back to Solite. Unfortunately, the weather has been pretty terrible the last few days. Tuesday was quite productive, and Wednesday we spent the day splitting rock in a misting rain, … Continue reading

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Wooly snakes

I’m hoping to be back at Solite later today, but here’s something to hold you over. The photo above is an example of a so-called “wooly snake”, Pseudoserpente canuckistanensis. As you may have already guessed, in spite of its legless condition … Continue reading

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