To purchase Mike Slickster’s novels, please click on the links below:
Available at iBookstore for Apple Products
Musical Ditties can be found at: Soundcloud
For some reason the above image always remains the same. Please click on it for today's moon phase.
Mike Slickster on Blah, Blah, Blah Jack Maher on Blah, Blah, Blah Mike Slickster on Redundancy 201 Mike Slickster on State of the Commonwealth John Connor on State of the Commonwealth
- Follow Mike Slickster's Ramblings on the InterWebs on WordPress.com
Tag Archives: Burlington Island
The Birds made it to the playoffs at the magical end of an exciting regular season last Sunday, eliminating the Cowboys from contention by beating the Giants. Ask me if I feel badly for Dallas. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂@brandongraham55 legend pic.twitter.com/suJVherI45 — 👨🏼🦲Jeff🤘🏼 … Continue reading
An arctic blast has taken over the area, dropping the overnight temperature this morning to the low 20s F/~-6° C. Highs today were in the mid-40s F/7° C, rather cold for this time in November. Those readings are typical of … Continue reading
Spring has sprung,Still feels like winter,Maybe that’s why,My ospreys aren’t hither. On the distribution map above for the 2019 osprey season, the sites labeled with white borders and red letters are those at which one or a pair have returned … Continue reading
Ten nesting pairs of ospreys have returned for the 2018 season to a stretch of the Delaware River that starts in Riverton, NJ, and ends 18.6 miles (29.9 kilometers) northeasterly at the tip of Burlington Island, NJ. The raptors, otherwise … Continue reading
Found a new bald eagles’ nest today. I stopped by to see, perchance, if the Pen Ryn or Herringbone Lane ospreys might have made it back early. They’re expected this week sometime. Usually the fish hawks arrive on their migration … Continue reading
Don’t know how I always seem to witness these things. It’s as if they wait for me to get there before doing it. Having just pulled up to my bird-watching spot at Pennypack Park on the Delaware River in Philadelphia, … Continue reading
Spring is now in its second month already. The regular baseball season is following close behind. My favorite teams, the Phillies and Yankees, are playing exceptionally well thus far, looking like contenders for the Fall Classic again. On this past … Continue reading
The Only Thing That’s Certain in Life is Death and Paying Taxes, and the Return of My Beloved Ospreys.
Finally filed the state and federal income taxes this week, way ahead of time this year for once, almost two weeks before the final deadline. This past Wednesday was a rainy day, which was conducive for staying in and getting … Continue reading