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My Costa Rica photos – Dec 2016
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Category Archives: Flowers and Gardening
As I’ve mentioned before, we live on 2 heavily wooded acres with a small lawn of about 900 square feet beside the house. Only about a quarter of that lawn area gets full sunlight in mid-summer, so you know what … Continue reading
Our mulberry tree is absolutely loaded with berries this year, after not bearing a single fruit last year. I thought that meant it was dying but clearly it wasn’t. I was surprised to see a fellow birder mention the same … Continue reading
I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order. John Burroughs As I mentioned in my previous post, I want to share more about this idea of the health benefits of gardens. … Continue reading
Most of us cleanse our bodies on a daily basis, but have you ever given much thought to cleansing your mind and spirit as well? I’m not referring to traditional religious practice, although that may serve a similar purpose for … Continue reading
Thankfully, today started out cooler than expected so Eric and I decided on the spur of the moment to make a quick trip to Hawk Woods for some birding. We arrived at noon to find lots of bird activity when … Continue reading
I know I’m not the first person to comment on our strange seasons this year, but what the…..???? We had a few weeks of winter, less than a foot of snow spread over three or four snowfalls, and then BAM, … Continue reading
“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” — Frank Lloyd Wright Mr. Wright was definitely right about that (couldn’t resist the wordplay). That was true again for me last week as I found myself … Continue reading
When we moved onto this property in 2006, I was ambivalent. We were leaving a subdivision property where I’d worked for five years to build a perennial garden with paths and seating areas, replacing big sections of the lawn with … Continue reading