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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Wings in the Forest--A Garden Chronicle for 2011 (entry 8 & 9)

 I may be short on words the last two weeks, 
but we were not short on fun!

Anyway who needs words when
you have pictures...


     Holy Radishes 
Ms. Heather!!!




More Feathered and 
Scaled Visitors!

 What?  No one got pics of the gecko?  Come on, send us your pics!


Is that a Dad? You Rock or Mud?

Just when you 
thought we only garden...

Mud Pies!

Hike! with large objects on our backs

We plarn, ok we do a variety of crafts in case you are not into plarn.

       We have group games and activities, led by our friendly and imaginative "big kids"!

           Want to join 
the fun!

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Wings in the Forest--A Garden Chronicle for 2011 (entry 7)

It is that time of year again, when Spring grabs a hold of our spirits and the next thing we know we are growing as wild as the vines. I would say weeds, while weeds have their purpose--they do not belong in our garden! The little ones grabbed right on to the task of weeding and seemed a bit shocked that we were asking them to pull plants out of the ground.

We were also fortunate enough to have many small visitors--humans, reptiles, dogs, and bird friends. Baby animals are such an attraction for the young people that we grown ups had to do most of the garden work ourselves.

Of course all of our hard work is starting to show--no one was more
shocked than J***(you know who you are) and I to find
that not only are our peas and
sunflowers thriving, but we could actually pick and eat the radishes.

We also added carrots, zucchini, tomatoes and some other vegetable that I
had never heard of that Mindi and Blake brought.

The compost pile is growing and the young people worked hard to turn it over. And Miles and J****, were having fun exploring alternative uses for tools.

Want to join in the fun, click here for details or email heather@alifeoflessons.com