There are quite a variety of bees hanging out in the garden…
Of note, a few more blooms to report 🌞
My current research and writing project is a continuation of something started a number of years ago— transcribing letters Dad sent home to his family during WWII and capturing my own memories of summers spent in the Adirondack Mountains.
An aspect of this relates to food— snippets Dad wrote about and things I recall as favorites. These posts will carry the header— as noted above— and all the recipes will be included in their original form. Enjoy!
One of the traditions at North Lake (Adirondack Conservation area) was a frosty morning dip and a canoe trip to Blueberry Island to pick, of course, blueberries! These berries are the tiny, wild variety and the designated pail would be filled to the brim for pancake and muffin making.
An old friend rediscovered after a little over 50 years!
Flower close ups! Is this the garden’s last hurrah?
A fierce thunderstorm swept through in the early hours and I still hear some rumblings of thunder. The little wildflower garden perseveres despite the downpour! On Saturday, a hummingbird stopped by to feed on the red blossoms 🌞.
There are a few new stars of the garden!
It looks like August will usher in some new blooms in the wildflower garden while the potted flowers continue to look amazing!
The Beirut Explosions: It Sounded Like the World Was Breaking Open https://nyti.ms/33rYK17
I am an avid follower of the Lincoln Project; a necessary outlet for me as the U.S. continues to descend into madness. I invite prayers from all civilized countries as we work to regain control of our democracy.