Early June Wildflower Walk

This is a trail we do our regular walking on for exercise.  We normally go before or after dinner.  It seems like not long ago we were here walking in the snow, surprised to see another person out there with the same idea.  Today was especially wonderful because the weather was just right, birds singing,…

Memorial Day 2018

On Memorial Day, I think about my grandfather.  He had 8 siblings, grew up on a farm and walked to school without shoes.  He fought in WW2 and had a near death experience.  If he hadn’t survived, I wouldn’t exist today.  He was always my hero, and not only because of what happened to him. …

Tuscarora State Park

This was the second State Park we have ever been to, and that was in the year 2001.  We have been here hundreds of times since then because this is the park we go hiking at the most.  The trails are just so beautiful and it’s relatively close to home.  Sometimes we enjoy canoeing, swimming,…

National Wildflower Week

I found out yesterday that this week just so happens to be National Wildflower Week.  We went to Bowman’s Hill Tower & Wildflower Preserve yesterday as well.  Then we went for a walk along the Delaware Canal State Park.  We have been to this area before and I created a blog post about the preserve…

Tyler State Park + Happy Spring

On Monday hubby and I went hiking. We saw fig buttercups and skunk cabbage. It’s so interesting that skunk cabbage produces it’s own heat up to 70 degrees. That’s why it’s able to grow when it’s still in The 40’s here in PA. Happy Spring! 😊🌸💜🌷☀