Category Archives: Flora & Fauna
I must have been gardening pretty hard out today because I broke my old faithful trowel. The handle snapped clean off. That was the end of my time in the garden for the foreseeable future. I came inside and husband … Continue reading
‘Big trees’ proclaimed the sign. I’ve never known Americans to be understated. Those sequoias are big. Bigger than the Empire State. Bigger than 50 blue whales joined end to end. Bigger than the Titanic. (Not sure if my heart is … Continue reading
Mormons were the first European settlers to live in the area. The Zion museum has many interesting artifacts including this book that tickled my fancy: Zion Lodge opened in 1923 and many of the trails visitors walk today are the … Continue reading
Zion National Park was our playground today. In a word: spectacular!
I hope I never get tired of the wonders & the beauty that Mother Nature creates. Today we woke to our first frost in the new home. It was a stunner. </a Now the sun is out and the frost … Continue reading
Today wasn’t all about me and my gastronomical delights. This summer I have been supplying the bird life in my garden with a regular supply of fruit. Anything from bananas, mandarins, oranges, apples & pears. Anything that will stay on … Continue reading