My first pink is this cute little chipmunk. He has been a regular vistor to the Fergusons campground. They feed the little critter out of their hands. She said it was a real performer or a few peanuts. They set up this toy bicycle and put a peanut in the basket. The chipmunk jumped right up on the bike and took the peanut. I found this article in a Birds and Bloom magazine
Ever wonder what pink snow looks like? Here is a lady that makes it happen
Stevie Famulari of Fargo knows how to set tongues wagging and for all right reasons. The girl is creative and has the guts…at least that is what it appears like when you see her front yard piled with colorful pink snow! Shouldn’t be coming as a surprise, she is an environmental artist and a landscape architecture professor at North Dakota State University. She changes the color of her snow with each new layer that falls. The next one is mostly purplish blue and black follows!
She causes no harm to anything or anyone as Famulari uses nontoxic water-based paint and a weed sprayer to paint the snow! It’s a much better way of using your snow instead of just shoving it aside! We love this!
Pink blessing to you all on this pink Saturday