Hello! I'm Heather.
Artist. Photographer. Explorer. Nature lover. Anti Coal Activist. Bone collector.

I spend my time exploring and studying the Appalachian Mountains. A vast region, often overlooked, but home to some of the most beautiful and lush forests in the world. I am in love with the wilderness, it is my home, my peace, and what keeps me sane. I make my living as an artist, selling jewelry and other creations. I live a very free lifestyle... outside the lines society has drawn for us. THIS is the society that I love and respect.

*All photos in this blog are my own.

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-My other Blogs-
Surrendering to the Unknown
Mountain Wilderness
Strange Garden
Living Among the Trees
Redeem the Mountains

Things I've Created

There was a rat laying in the driveway! I guess the kitties took him out. :/ Poor little guy. I left him the first day, in hopes that the cats would go ahead and eat him, but they never did. He laid in the rain. By the second day of rain, he was pretty well broken down. I went out in a hurricane to snatch him up, because we were expecting some friends over, and I didn’t want him to get crushed, and loose bones. I put him in a container, and by the next day, there was nothing left but bones and fur! (: This is my first rat skeleton, and I’m pretty excited! 

Tagged: #bone cleaning #dead stuff #rat #dead rat #rat bones #rat skeleton #hwatson #kitty kill

  1. bonecleaning reblogged this from frolicingintheforest
  2. magik-maker said: My friend and i are trying to clean a pretty fresh goat ribcage for the bones, got any helpful advice?
  3. jodiorodeo said: Did you put any water in with him in the container? I’ve gotta whole squirrel and not sure how to get the bones.. thinking of burying him for a bit but this way seems quicker/easier?
  4. frolicingintheforest posted this