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Skebo - Gjutarns Bästa

From last weekend. This is a darkish ale from one of my top favorite brewing company in Sweden, Skebo Bruksbryggeri. This is real craft beer from Sweden.

They have really high standards on all of their beers and it’s also good price compared to many other brewing companies.

Perfect ale for thoose hot summer nights, so I always trie to store a few in my beer fridge.

On one hand, tomorrow is Pi Day. And some MST kids are going to show off their lack of social lives (Yeah, I’m looking at you Jake ;p) and recite digits of pi. And then we all get free pie. And that’s cool ‘cause I like free food and I get to get out of class early. Shortened hour of AP chem and less Attan lecture…YEAH!  :D

On the other hand, tomorrow is Skebo’s trial. I’m still in disbelief. I mean, I know he did it…but it still kills me to hear. I was such good friends with the guy. I can’t believe that he’d do something like this. And it hurts to know he isn’t who all the band kids thought he was. And we’ll never, ever see him again. And that just fucking sucks. I really wish none of this was happening… :/

May 18, 2016

Muskrat incoming! These rodents spend much of their time in water, eating aquatic plants and live food. Their tails are their main method of propulsion, and they have been reported spending 15 minutes or more underwater at a time. Wow!
—photo by Jerod Skebo

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May 17, 2016

Two great snapshots of blue-gray gnatcatchers. These very small songbirds are constantly on the move, hunting for insects and spiders.
—photos by Jerod Skebo

May 13, 2016

It’s damselfly time! This is a Fragile Forktail — you can ID it from the exclamation point on the thorax.
—photo by Jerod Skebo, ID tip by Jason Beale

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May 10, 2016

Join us for one last Migration Morning bird walk for the spring season! Whether you’re an avid birder or you’re just curious, all experience levels are welcome and we have binoculars to borrow. Almost 200 species of birds were spotted last weekend during the Birding Cup, so who knows what we’ll see tomorrow?! (Photos here of Yellow-rumped Warbler, Palm Warbler, Indigo Bunting.) Meet at the Shaver’s Creek porch at 7:00 a.m.

—photos by Jerod Skebo

May 6, 2016

IT’S BIRDING CUP DAY! This Black-crowned Night Heron was spotted yesterday — will it stick around to be tallied? What other exciting birds will the (record number of) 126 birders discover, starting at 7 pm? Follow along and chat with the birders using #birdingcup on social media! To pledge for a team, visit ShaversCreek.org/BirdingCupPledges!
—photo by Jerod Skebo

May 8, 2016

Now that Birding Cup frenzy is settling down for the year, let’s not forget about all of the other great wildlife to be seen in Pennsylvania. Like this Fox Squirrel!
—photo by Jerod Skebo