Archive for March, 2009

Ravine Gardens State Park

Saturday, March 28th, 2009

When I heard about Azalea Days, March 14 and 15, at Ravine Gardens State Park, I was off and running. I enjoy taking day-trips in Florida, and this is a park I had not seen. Azaleas and a Ravine? I was intrigued! The Park brochure explains that the Gardens were developed by the City of […]

A life filled with flowers…

Friday, March 20th, 2009

I have had a life-long love of flowers. They pull me to them as surely as if I were a bee seeking nectar. They feed my spirit. As a child, I wandered outdoors on my own seeking nature’s secrets. I picked wild flower bouquets and brought them home to my mother. I adorned myself with […]

As field trip coordinator for the South East Volusia Camera Club (SEVCC), I write a synopsis of our Club field trips for our monthly newsletter. I am that sharing that here as well. March 07, 2009 not only commemorated the historic sack of St. Augustine (1668), but was also the date that twelve SEVCC “Raiders” […]

Spring Fever….

Monday, March 9th, 2009

I am a little late in writing a post this week. I blame it on Spring Fever, daylight savings time, and any other excuses I can conjure up. I have been busy though! Look for updates soon about my new bird feeder, beach walks, and a recent trip to St. Augustine, Florida on a glorious […]

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