Thursday, March 29, 2018

Heading off for more traveling

This has been an exceptional traveling year, with more traveling to come.

As a gardener, I need to think about gardening opportunities to come, but also have just cleaned up my raised beds here in the mountains of North Carolina, planted a few more herbs and veggies, and we're watering, and hoping for rain.

Our Home Exchange partners will enjoy the beds, I hope, as will we, when we return.  The harvested collards yesterday were delicious.

This summer, we think we'll be shaping a lovely ornamental and fruit garden up in Quebec towards a more wildlife-friendly one, as we enjoy a wonderful historic house near Parc National de Bic and incredible natural landscapes on the Gaspe Peninsula.  We'll see.

Life has a way of providing serendipitous turns that weren't expected.

An old renovated schoolhouse turned into a wonderful place

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2 Comments:

Blogger Jason said...

We were in that area of the Gaspe a couple of years ago. Beautiful! And there are some great hikes in the National Park.

March 30, 2018 at 3:53 PM  
Blogger Lisa Wagner said...

We’ve so enjoyed visiting that area in the past! So we’re looking forward to being there (hopefully) for a couple of months this summer.

March 30, 2018 at 7:31 PM  

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