Sears was one of the coolest stores when I was a kid. I remember when I was 4 we took the bus on an adventure to the only one in town on Christmas Eve. Sadly it closed early and we didn’t get to go inside. It was the biggest store I ever shopped at and […]
If I lay here If I just lay here Would you lie with me And just forget the world? Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars Driving down the freeway you can see them. Splashes of color giving a respite from the roads and buildings. I wish the Tecolote® Giant Ranunculus grew year round but it’s just March – […]
In the beginning back in 1972 there were not many attractions and everybody knew this place as The Wild Animal Park. I loved it as you could view the animals without peering through bars or cages. Hi tech monorail took you to dry dusty plains of Africa. The rest of the park involved walking up and […]
This special garden is nestled in between Rady Hospital, Rady Speciality Clinics building and the parking lots. It is a welcome reprieve from necessary doctoring and I’m sure it’s appreciated by the staff and family members too.
On the Brooklyn Botanical Garden website a plethora of knowledge can be found. Personally I liked the Gardening How-toes section. It contains; garden design, plant choices, sustainable gardening, urban gardening, native flora, growing food, pollinators and birds, houseplants and composting. Think my favorite is the fall butterfly garden. http://www.bbg.org/gardening/how-tos