Fall is just around the corner and the wild flowers making their last bid for September sun. Along with my begonias, sunflowers, morning glories and my violet hybrid blooms. I hope you enjoy the colors of September. These pictures span several weeks so you can see the progression of their growing season most recent on … Continue reading
Hi All, On to my next challenge for the dry air of Winter is coming and is here with 39% humidity outside. I ordered my personal humidifiers and will be trying to find a solution for traveling outside. I’m hoping a mask will help keep the moisture in but one thing is sure I have … Continue reading
Hi All, The dry air is coming with the cooler temperatures in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I repaired my first rear bike tire derailed and all and managed it in little over an hour. It was a good feeling to have my warm weather gear working at 37 F so hoping with more layers it will work … Continue reading
Hi All, Fall is with us now. The sky is what I call a September blue today – very rich and deep in the morning. I’m getting ready for heating season – changing the furnace filter and vacuuming in all the corners. I got some herbs that deter mice from seeking my apartment as a … Continue reading
Hi, Sunlight is 9 hours 13 minutes for today, I track this with my Apple Watch and it confirms that soon we’ll be starting Fall. Plants are quickly spreading their seeds so they find a spot for growing next Spring. My Morning Glories are still blooming along with my sunflowers and wild grasses are forming … Continue reading
Hi All, The Chainbreaker fight against childhood cancer bike ride is scheduled for August 11th. I’m signed up for the 25 mile ride. All proceeds go to finding a cure for childhood cancer and to Masonic Children’s Hospital located in Minneapolis MN. If you’d like to help out here’s my website where you can contribute … Continue reading
A summer full of Monarch Butterflies planting flowers that help pollinators is the secret and a team effort. Thanks to Twin Cities and surrounding area for being committed to helping butterflies and bees thrive once again.
Hi All,I enjoy Fort Snelling State Park walking paths. Today I went on the trail where the planes fly over – so close you could almost reach out and touch them.The airport commission restored the wetlands so its only fair that the aircraft are a big part of the Fort Snelling Hiking experience. The habitat … Continue reading