Replace city lights with the Milky Way. Listen to crowing roosters and peacocks as they greet the morning and night. Feed chickens, groom horses, pet goats, llamas, alpacas and feed carrots to sparkly my miniature donkey. Enjoy amazing Sunsets.
It's a ranch with fun friendly animals as well as all the wildlife you would expect in the back country of Ramona. No need to bring anything except a smile and hugs for the critters Opps! My animals requested apples ,carrots and bread for treats !
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The front porch and garden . Animal visits upon request. (I would like to supervise at least at first)
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You have your place to yourselves. I will be there for animal interactions and anything else you need to make your stay plesent. I do stay at another part of the property.
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I will do everything to help make your stay memorable. I will have the basics such as condiments, salt, pepper, oil and vinegar Also have tea and Coffee for you, I do ask you don't run the air with the windows open and understand that I feed my animals early morning and early evening Please don't assume you can walk freely around the ranch there are things I need to show you. If you open a gate close a gate.
No wandering with the animals unless im there. You can feed the llamas off your back porch and pet them.Keep your eyes open always we have all kinds of wildlife . No smokeing no drugs. Pets allowed under supervision
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Being born in Yosemite National Park, I have always been involved with studying the natural sciences. I followed this passion to California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo where I obtained my bachelor's degree in Environmental and Systematic Biology. I furthered my studies and obtained a Masters of Biology at the University of Arizona in Tucson. My thesis work is in the area of developing a program to use diatoms as non-point source indicators for water testing. I have done most of my teaching in the life and earth sciences, both at the junior and high school level. Through the support of my district, I have the opportunity to participate in many programs aimed at taking science education outside the classroom and infusing the learning content with various ecological issues facing our community. Through these projects, I have been presented with many honors including national recognition (Toyota Tapestry grant), as well as other awards/grants fostering the connection between students and the community. None of these, however, could prevent me from playing the original Ms. Frizzle in the San Diego Natural History Museum's Magic School Bus program! Being a scientist in education is a constant endeavor, and I still approach it with enthusiasm. This passion has lead me to explore all seven continents, seeing for myself some of the last wild places on earth. Some of these experiences have included visiting the mountain gorillas in Rwanda, banding fairy penguins in Australia, swimming with sharks and other creatures in the Galapagos, and attending a conservation workshop in the rain forest of the Amazon. Through the National Science Foundation and the TEA program, I was invited to join an expedition in Antarctica for two months where we studied diatomaceous ooze in relation to global climate change. Since the fire in San Diego in 2004, I have been doing post-fire recovery studies in Mission Trails park which is just beyond my home. I have also been photographing the fire re-growth as the land recovers. Many of my pictures can be found at Natural History Museum in San Diego. Each experience reinforces for me that education is the only secure method to create a difference through time. Working with people (especially the
generations behind my own) to study the causal factors underlying environmental issues, and then empowering them to create change, however small, has been the zenith of my career.