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Conservatory Skulking

I know, I know. I promised updates and posts about Montana and where we are living now. They are coming, definitely, but my other half had to go to Spokane for a seminar so, of course, I tagged along. Who could pass up the chance of some “city” comforts (i.e. Thai food, Indian food and Anthropologie) when you spend most of your days rattling around the mountains? Um, not me! So, tag along, I did. Spokane is our nearest city...

Day 1 of Unrealistic Optimism

  I started my “garden” yesterday. Nevermind that we got inches of snow two days earlier or that there was a Winter Storm Warning in effect for my region or that I live in a motorhome. Nope, it didn’t deter me. That brilliant spring sunshine was glittering down, warming up my hair and hands and I looked over at the sad, listless cilantro that I’d been carting around and it was like a little bell sounded. DING! Time to garden!...

Going Botanical

  So, I’ve been a bit lost lately. Due to inspiration from a friend to get my nutritional life in order, my baking and chocolate-making has come to a true and abrupt end. I know, I know it’s good for me and having lost 12 pounds and counting, I guess I can’t argue with the reality. A woman can not live on brownies alone. Still, my poor soul was sad…and lost. First, no gardening and now no baking, no chocolate-making? ...

Wildflower Safari

One of the best things about this Grand Adventure that we’re on is getting the opportunity to explore places we might not make the effort to get to if we were at home. This weekend, we headed out to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and went on a wildflower safari!   I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun it was to stalk, with camera in hand, through the wild desert landscape and come upon a mass of blooming...