It finally feels like spring! I’m feeling so invigorated and can wrap my head around outdoor classes now! The first Plant ID is coming up in West Brookfield on Thursday May 3rd in West Brookfield! More info on Facebook. Register on Eventbrite.com
The Fender's blue butterfly ( Icaricia icarioides fenderi ); endemic to Oregon's Willamette Valley.
My trekking terrain for this morning ... AWESOME! No harnasses needed here, just good balance, strength and safety. Just a glimpse of my Awesome day hanging out with Mother Nature. Dont you just love these rocks! 💚
Another Awesome day hanging out with Mother Nature; My Number one Therapy. The Universe's No. 1 Therapy. Today I practised one of my favourite outdoor sports - Rock-Hopping. The tide was low and the conditions were perfect. Here are a couple of areas along my path where I was Rock-Hopping. I always feel so Amazing afterwards! Actually I feel like this anytime when I hang out with Mother Nature 💚🌿 Make sure you have good hiking boots and don't go hopping along rocks which appear to have been sitting beneath the water for a while. They become slimey and slippery. Low tides can be deceiving when rocks become exposed.
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