Bright white moth
A big fat skink
Love in a mist about to bloom
Neon weaving (by the Spy)
Yellow wonder wild strawberries (these are smaller than regular strawberries but much more flavorful)
Me and Baby (the resemblance is uncanny!)
Red polka dots (some type of fungus or bug eggs?)
I added two big lilac plants to the garden; the smell is heavenly!
I heart ladybugs!
Like a pro!
Baby’s class had a presentation on their “Animal Project”
Part of her homemade camo gear (used to hide in the forest to spot animals!)
Art in the classroom (the Forest)
Baby and her bestie on the playground
Loads of strawberries in the school garden
And check out this cool composting set-up; complete with instructions!
All the new editions in the garden made possible by Gateway Greening!
Kid-made wind chimes/bird deterrents
Lots of native wildflowers on the playground
Turtle-saving (from the road)
Very red lettuce
Kohlrabi is much easier (in my experience) to grow than cabbage and you can eat the leaves just like cabbage or kale
We did a good job of checking the asparagus patch regularly and getting a good harvest this year. Now just a few spears here and there still popping up
Dexie chased this guy up a tree
Groundhog, far from the ground!
And look who’s back! Tonguey II (I believe this is the male; haven’t seen the female yet; she is even bigger!)
Good climber (and good camouflage)
The garden in some golden light
Happy weekend all!