Now that it is officially the last week of work, the countdown towards Sunday has begun. On Saturday our POD got delivered. We ended up going with a POD instead of a U-Haul or similar because of the ease of which loading the container seemed to be. The cost was a bit more but we […]
This week will be full of ‘last’ trips. Every time I go somewhere or drive somewhere I wonder if it will be the last time I’ll drive by it. When we left Fakahatchee yesterday I was reading a magazine and when I looked up and realized it’d be the last time for awhile I said […]
It’s best if you pick a big one—they are the lucky ones to have survived being logged. Hug ’em tight. Kathy in Little Slough, hugging a cypress
It was bittersweet taking our last ghost orchid trip to Little Slough. When Chris found our slough in 2007 (you’ll have to scroll down to May because I didn’t link titles back then) we’d been searching for ghost orchids for several years. We’d tromped all around Fakahatchee Strand looking for various plants and just exploring, […]
One area I’d like to improve upon is my identification of mushrooms. Right now it is nil. Nada. Nothing. They are such intricate creatures, fungi. These are beautiful; the white and brown are such a beautiful combination. Find a good piece of rotting material, wood, animal, excrement, whatever—and up grows a mushroom. Sometimes over night. […]
Mostly because I’m obsessed with this song at the moment. M. Ward—To Go Home. Realized I loved it via my friend Sara and her wonderful playlist on her blog.