We went on an awesome walk to the local nature park and since we don’t go there much in spring, it was much grassier and greener than normal. It was a fun day and we found some beautiful wildflowers. The one that looks like iris was actually wild and found along the route. The small pink one was so dainty I thought that is what made it special and photo worthy.
First turn the soil and get some high nutrient soil from my compost bin. It mostly contains decomposed grass clippings from the previous season. Next, rake existing soil and add composted contents into it. Then, plant tomato plants from the local nursery. Voilà Gardening I can succeed at!
After many years in a neighborhood with no other young children, we finally had some move-in so now my kids have some amigos. This fort was their Saturday afternoon creation. My kids have even wanted to play outside lately. sHoCkEd! … Continue reading →
Ever since my track days in 1990, I have been a fan of running shoes. I prefer them to hiking boots cause mostly I’m only interested in day treks anyway cause I need a good night’s sleep. Even though we … Continue reading →
The local parks put in a very fancy new walking trail that I often drive by, but hadn’t tried. I decided that instead of driving there and then walking, I would just walk there. I hadn’t walked that far on … Continue reading →
Our visit to the Bunratty Castle and folk park happened to be on a wonderful sunny spring 31st of March day. Just like any respectable castle, it had a lot of history. The original building traced its’ origins to the … Continue reading →
We toured Ireland and did 900 kilometres in 3 days. It was a white knuckle journey for my husband’s first attempt at driving on the right hand side and keeping left. From my perspective, the bushes on the rural roads … Continue reading →