Thursday, April 19, 2012
The Tulip Poplar in my yard is blooming and the bees are buzzing! Our grown son planted this tree when he was in fourth grade. It did not bloom for several years. Now, it provides great habitat for bluebirds and insects. We enjoy the sights, sounds and shade the tree offers.
Next week I'm helping a few Boy Scouts plant some pine and cypress trees on their schoolyard for others to enjoy.
Find time to take children outside and enjoy the nature around you.
It is important to recognize poison ivy. Is the plant pictured to the right poison ivy? No, it is Virginia Creeper. Notice the leaves....
G is for Ellie, our Golden Retriever. She loves walking to the woods, getting in the water and digging up moles. When we have a party, Ellie...
This was my first experience with the A to Z Challenge. I decided to participate the day before the challenge began. I'd heard about it ...