A series of posts related to the WaPo article on the science of fish

Prey for me

Everything we do has an effort-to-payoff ratio, which I pay close attention to. The lower the E:P ratio – that is, the lower the effort and the higher the payoff – the happier I am. If it’s too high, I’m inclined to quit. Low enough, and I consider doing it professionally. Sea salt anchors the […]

Chick math

The coop is up, and the chickens just spent their first night in it. We told them they could sleep well, knowing that no predator this side of Godzilla could possibly break in. We hope we’re right about that. Their new home is made from rough-sawn 1×10 pine, battened all the way around. It’s eight […]