Structured Water Can Teach Your Squirrels English.

Okay, I’m so not being serious here. That was a joke. But hey…this morning I went out to fill the bird feeders and came face to face with the squirrel in the picture, waiting rather impatiently for me to fill the feeder so he could go up INSIDE THE SQUIRREL BAFFLE which is SUPPOSED to keep him OUT of the bird feeder, and have his breakfast.

NO, I told him! Or her. Go get the corn that I put there for you. That’s YOUR food. Leave the bird seed for the birds!!!! The squirrel looked at me, and after three or four little discussions, it scampered on over to the fresh dry corncob I’d just put there.

But then…*sigh*…came back soon and emptied the bird seed all over the ground.

I remember Clayton talking about having structured water in your yard, which I do, that this will begin to change your interactions with the critters around you. I have never gotten this close to a squirrel to be able to take closeup pictures like this, ever before. And this is actually where I’d placed the sprinkler for a few days, right in this area on the ground.

Maybe structured water doesn’t exactly teach your squirrels English, but I’m sure it does enhance our abilities to communicate energetically with nature.

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Aeroponics Garden at the Boise Stage Stop Truck Stop

I only needed gas, not food or a shower, and stopped just by accident on my Epic Journey in July at the Boise Stage Stop truck stop in Idaho.  WOW…when I went inside because I’d been drinking my structured water…I was amazed to find an aeroponics garden inside the restaurant.  I was so impressed I went back out to the car and got my iPhone and took pictures.

This is what we could all be doing in every home, every restaurant, every public and private building.  No one needs to go without healthy natural food, and using structured water with a setup like this would enhance the health of the plants, the people, the atmosphere inside the building…it’s a perfect fit.  Let’s do this!

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Structured Water Garden, Spring 2014

I had a plumber install one whole-house unit in January 2014, and in March, as soon as we had a day that was warm enough, I started watering my apricot and apple trees, and the garden areas. I was surprised to see some of last year’s lettuce that never came up, start coming up this year! Then I built a cedar planter box, 4 ft. by 4 ft. to try out “square foot gardening,” and watered the garden and the birdbath with a timer system while I was away for a couple of weeks at the end of May.

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