http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01fnfr5 Land of the Lost Wolves is a BBC series about the reintroduction of a wolf pack to the U.S... (the locals shoot them)...

http://rowlands.philospot.com/index.php Mark Rowlands is the author of the wonderful book The Philosopher & the Wolf...Must read...

* see our new updated Art in Medicine Notes! The direct link to the blog post that deals with our new discoveries is here: http://grovecanada.typepad.com/blog/2012/05/things-id-like-to-explore-when-i-have-some-free-time-im-going-to-add-to-this-as-they-come-up.html The post is titled Things I'd like to explore when I have some free time, I'm going to add to this as they come up...


http://groveontario.webs.com/apps/documents/ Ugh...It occurs to me that I have to again update my "About" documents...For the time being, please visit this site which has some About documents available...When I come up with something brand spanking new I will load it up...This might take a bit of time for me to do, sorry...

 
 
Swallow Healthy Diet sells Balance from Phytopet which keeps cats or dogs or husbands out of heat, keeps them from getting aggressive or humping people's legs...We buy 12 100ML bottles a year at one time & get it shipped from England...Cost per intact animal is about $12 dollars Canadian per month...(One 100 ml bottle per month is about right per intact pet...We put it in a little wet food, everyday, & have done so for both our intact bengals for 7 years now...)

Baltic Amber beads contain B12 & actually HEAL damaged tissue...Wear a Baltic amber bead necklace around your neck for whiplash injury, string two together around your waist for back injury, or wrap it around whatever body part you have injured(your shin in this case)...The B12 reverse osmotes into your body healing it...I leave my baltic amber beads on all the time when injured- to sleep in, to bathe in, everything...I wear them around my waist for three months at a time while lifting the 18 kilogram bags of wild bird seed in winter(to feed the Trumpeter swans at Bluffers park)...Type in "Baltic Amber beads" on Ebay.ca & choose from the lowest price ones...They are fine...They ship from Lithuania & the simplest ones can cost around $5 dollars canadian a strand...I order 5 necklaces at a time- everyone is hurting so it gives me extras to give away if I have to...


http://grovecanada.magix.net/website#/Homepage  Art Note: We built this pretty website a long time ago...The service is fabulous but I guess it was too heavy to load for most people...But it is still a neat thing to try for free if you want build a super cool website...


P.S. for Cory: Pyrite bracelet: this is a link to a pyrite bracelet on Ebay.ca, but there are others, this is just an example of a nice one...(Pyrite is the bead form of IRON...Iron & manganese live together as opposites in the thymus...Peanuts are manganese...Theoretically, a peanut allergy is an excess of manganese, which implies a deficit in iron...So possibly supplementing with iron by like wearing a pyrite bracelet all the time (sleep, bathe, work), will give extra iron to your thymus, thus protecting against later manganese exposure...
 
 
DELIVERED: Over 75 lbs of a custom cement mix that Sari made, Swanee is 5 feet long & almost 3 feet wide & 3 feet high...We had to reserve a Ford Escape from ZipCar in order to deliver her...The nest she is sitting on is a handmade rope nest(Sari wove this on a hula hoop using a monkey chain knot) made of 750 feet of different types of 3/8 inch rope(including glow in the dark)...The rock was there by this pond when we got there...We are hoping that Trumpeter swans & other waterbirds & earthbirds will feel happy to land here by this pond upon seeing Swanee...So grateful to have been able to borrow a flatbed dolly from our building maintenance crew, which made installation possible...We never would have been able to carry her across the grass by ourselves...Also thankful for ZipCar's wonderful Ford Escape, which was a joy to drive & Swanee fit perfectly once the rear seats got folded down flat & some kind soul left us 3/4 of a tank of gas so we didn't have to fill up...This pond is 45 minutes North of Toronto & West, so the good weather was oh so helpful too...