Fresh Veggies! Change Cold Spring to Hot Summer, Midyear Renewal Resolutions, Nature

By: WeatherWise , 1:47 PM GMT on May 06, 2014

Quick Change from Cold Spring to Hot Summer, Midyear Renewal Resolutions, Nature

As I packed for a 18 day trip in mid April, I did not know whether to pack winter or

summer as it was so cold. I double packed - 1/2 winter with coats and all and 1/2 or

less for summer type weather. While I was away the weather went from cold spring to

hot summer temps. I went right on and packed those winter clothes up and put them

back in the trunk of car out of the way.

Returning home is always interesting - you hope everything is okay and everything

seemed okay, BUT! But it wasn't - I was busy in and out unpacking the car when I

heard a roaring sound - was pouring like a water hose. I am glad that hot water heater

is in utility room under carport. I am unsure as to whether it had happened any before

I returned or not. I heard some strange noise and walked to another part of house and

did not hear it. I said perhaps even outloud that I had never heard the hot water heater

before. I was getting my stuff out of car and heard like pouring water. Called and

seems the some kind of pressure release valve had popped out and repair service

put it back in and said it would be find. It is like something happens everytime I go

away. Last year it was the furnace and air unit which had to be replaced in the hottest

weather and took over a week or more without air. So at least it was just a temporary

thing and hopefully all is well.

Long road trips makes for good thinking and reflecting time. As I was driving back, I

was mulling over the to-do list I had made the night before and mentally adding

new things. I was thinking and reflecting on my New Years Resolutions and how

changing from winter to summer was a great time for self-renewal and resolve to

update my resolutions. My to-do list was quite long and in random order - type the

mission prayer list for today, open up my play patio, clean my car up or perhaps that

was to shop for a new car in the future or perhaps both, renew my passport, planting,

late spring cleaning of specific areas of house, artwork daily, writing daily, rethink my

daily schedule maybe, prayer time, etc. As I said quite long and in no logical order -

just as things popped into my head. My main resolution is always to be the best I can

be and I will always continue that. My motto is Good, Better, Best, Never Let It Rest

Until Your Good Is Better and Your Better is Best!

This weeks farm share was quite a prize:

Two beautiful types of lettuce:

Bok Choy and Swiss Chard

Beautiful Kale and Luscious Strawberries

Plus I purchased extra a dozen eggs - free range chickens.

Nature Photos from My Trip   

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34. WunderAlertBot
3:59 PM GMT on May 14, 2014
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33. sandiquiz
12:28 PM GMT on May 14, 2014
I have just looked at the photos you linked from your sons first few days. They are wonderful...The lakes at their "broody" best!

When he gets across to Yorkshire the terrain will be more gentle:)
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32. GardenGrrl
10:09 AM GMT on May 14, 2014
Hi, whats this I hear about you chasing bears through the city? ;)
Sounds like your son is having a great time on his walk about. It's great he can take time to really enjoy it instead of a quick march through.
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31. ozgalah
10:52 PM GMT on May 13, 2014
Hi WeatherWise, glad you had a good Mothers Day! Hope your son is enjoying his UK trip we are off soon to visit "the old country"!
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30. WeatherWise
2:40 PM GMT on May 13, 2014
I can't seem to put the image in blog so will try putting a link.

St. Bees to Ennerdale Bridge - 15 miles

Dent Fell - Going up wasn't terrible, but on the other side was the steepest descent I have ever seen

Okay, looks like linking works!

Day 2: Ennerdale Lake to Borrowdale - 17 miles

Day 3: Borrowdale to Grasmere - 9 miles

Day 4: Grasmere to Patterdale - 11 miles (including alternate route)

I just linked one from each day - but he has many other wonderful photos of his hike so far.
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29. WeatherWise
12:17 PM GMT on May 13, 2014
Thanks, Skye. I accidentally left you a msg on your last blog entry instead of your present one. Your heat has hit our daytime temps. We have been in the 90s for several days now.

Hi Sandi! My son has posted photos through day 4 and the Coast-to-Coast walk is a two week walk 190 miles I think. He looks great in the photos.

St. Bees to Ennerdale Bridge 15 miles

Day 2: Ennerdale Lake to Borrowdale - 17 miles

Day 3: Borrowdale to Grasmere - 9 miles

Day 4: Grasmere to Patterdale - 11 miles (including alternate route)

The countryside is just amazing and beautiful in his photo. I am happy he is taking photos along the way as he is more about the hiking and not about photos.
Hope all is well with you!

Hi Briarcraft, Yes, I try to do all of my typing before changing over to Rich Test to paste the photos! Thanks for checking out my photos. Hey, and it is time for my new veggie delivery, this afternoon at one. Happy Tuesday! Have a great week!

Turtle or Tortoise? Nesting in Progress Yeah! Moving Day! Prospective Buyer 

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28. BriarCraft
9:58 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
When you copy a photo and paste into rich text you see the real photo with link and the header though a bit sideways.

I will give that a try. I have never used "Rich Text" because I wasn't sure what it was for. On the few occasions when I have clicked it, it just seemed to mess up the formatting of what I had already typed (line breaks, special symbols, etc).

Your latest CSA package looks yummy. And attractive, too.

Your photos of handsome moth, glorious iris, bluebirds, and produce are all great. My iris are just starting to open and I can already tell there won't be as many blossoms this year as in the past. This will make two consecutive years of disappointing iris. They have been really spectacular most other years and are one of my favorite flowers.
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27. sandiquiz
3:26 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
Hi Shirley, Glad you had a good Mothers' day.
How is the son in the UK doing? It should take him about five days, so is he nearly across, or is he stopping to sight see on the way?

The weather was windy over the weekend, not conducive to walking up and down fells!

Love the latest photos, especially the moon are good at those:)
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26. Skyepony
12:52 PM GMT on May 12, 2014
Glad you had a good Mother's Day. Had alot of fun here too..

Enjoyed your pics. That near full moon was nice to ride under lastnight.
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25. WeatherWise
11:32 AM GMT on May 12, 2014
Happy Monday, Everyone! It was a good Mother's Day with one of my sons. Had an email from the one walking the Coast to Coast across England. My daughter called and also got to talk to my granddaughters from TN. We had a nice service at church and each mother was given a pretty pink or red carnation as they left church. I got quite a few nature shots yesterday. The bluebirds were checking out the box all day yesterday but no nest material in there as yet. Another bird was checking it out too but the hole must have been too small for it as could not seem to figure it out. I am hoping for bluebirds. The female and male were both there or over on the line almost all day.

Bluebird Early Moon Weird Little Green Creature Pyracanthia in the Park 
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24. WeatherWise
1:04 AM GMT on May 12, 2014
Hi Bug! Yes, the bear was a real shocker!

The veggies are prime and delicious and more than I can eat. If I ate all meals at home perhaps I might eat it all. I cook all of my meals at home except when I go out with friends. I think that is important too.

I usually have lunch out with a friend once a week - sometimes two. I eat dinner out - Mexican one night with friends. We pretty much go out one more night to different restaurants. I usually have dinner out with another friend at least once a week. So that is right many meals out. I just share the veggies with my neighbor if I see will not eat them all or this week will take fresh veggies to Wednesday night supper at church. Once a month we have a family night supper and business meeting. Everyone brings potluck.

Actually, this is the first hummingbird cam I ever watched and heard about the rosebush cam perhaps while there. This one is pretty neat. It is like in a chandelier type perhaps not even an electrical one.

There has been activity at the bluebird box today but nothing has happened yet....not even a sprig of anything in it. I am going to make myself wait 3 days before checking inside again. Bluebirds are quite friendly and seem to come when I am working out in the yard. However, I have a pair of robins that don't want to even let the bluebirds in the yard. So I don't know - I hope the bluebirds take the box just as they did last year.

Little Lady Lady Cardinal Lady At My Door Blue Columbine! 
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23. palmettobug53
2:20 PM GMT on May 11, 2014
Hi, Shirley. Happy Mothers Day.

Boy, all kinds of stuff has been happening in your neck of the woods. Bears! Exploding hot water heaters!

That's a great selection of veggies. Makes me hungry, just looking at them.

Great, another hummer nest to watch. I figured there'd be more than one but I hadn't really gone looking. I've been watching some red tails, owls and ospreys.

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22. WeatherWise
10:10 PM GMT on May 10, 2014
Think there are two babies here: WORLD OF HUMMINGBIRDS! (Emma's Nest)

Hummingbird Nest
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21. WeatherWise
9:54 PM GMT on May 10, 2014
Local Radar

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20. WeatherWise
11:44 AM GMT on May 10, 2014
Happy Mothers Day weekend, Everyone!

IrisIrisSome Type of MothMy First of the Season!
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19. WeatherWise
11:42 AM GMT on May 10, 2014
Hi Sandi, Thanks for the weather update! Yes, he will be fine and is so excited to make this trip. Plus, he is not a youngster but a good age young man. You know what mothers do best though! I am happy for him. I am worried a bit about my younger son who is also a good age young man as he embarks on a short mission trip. I am sure he will be fine, too. I plan to spend the day with him today. My little seven year old grandson has a t-ball game today. That will be fun. Think we have a sure promise of rain showers. today. So we may get wet but that is okay.

Have a great Mothers Day weekend!
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18. sandiquiz
8:18 AM GMT on May 10, 2014
Hi Shirley, Your son will be fine.... the Brits stopped wearing war paint many centuries ago! lol

Here is the weather for the coast to cast walk this next week. Looks like it might be a decent week for walking, not too wet, just showery, not too warm and not too windy, today will be the windiest day, according to the chart.

The North of the UK, in the area he is walking, was formed millennia ago by volcanoes and glaciers... so certain parts are very steep!
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17. WeatherWise
10:19 PM GMT on May 09, 2014
Thanks, Calpoppy! My daughter does some juicing too. I have a juicer in the cabinet. I should pull it out. Do you have a recipe that you follow or just put what you have on hand in? I have a juicing book too on book shelf that is quite good. I just have not done it recently. Thanks for reminding me.

My son is walking the Coast to Coast walk across England - I heard from him today and he posted some photos. One of the photos was Dent Fell - He said, "Going up wasn't terrible, but on the other side was the steepest descent I have ever seen." Looks like beautiful country! I was happily surprised to hear from him. I can't seem to link the photo - guess it is the protection thing that GardenGrl was having trouble with.

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16. calpoppy
8:35 PM GMT on May 09, 2014
Veggies look wonderful, so do the eggs! We do a lot of juicing here so I raise a lot of kale & wheat grass. The other veggies and fruits I can get at the store or the Farmer's Market. Cost wise it is much cheaper at the store and they have organic.

Just looked at your weather sticker, you are cooking in Virginia!!! We are only 67 degrees right now, very pleasant!
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15. WeatherWise
11:17 AM GMT on May 09, 2014
Hi Sandi, I do hope that I would not have gone chasing that bear but probably good I did not know. That way I was not tempted.

Yes, seems in the past it has been a struggle to get the little play patio area opened. It went with such great ease yesterday. I don't think I even started until about 5 or so. It was like it was just pleasure and not work.

Your delivery box of organic fruits and vegetables sounds lovely. Wow, nine pm is a bit late. Guess you just sat it in the fridge to wait til morning to deal with it. I like to get it all washed and prepped for use. Otherwise, I am less likely to use the lovely vegs if not already prepped ahead of time. That is true a second driver would mean money as he is probably family helping with family business.

Mine are not delivered to my door. The farmer delivers them on Tuesday at 1 pm to a drop off point at a lady's clothing store and we all pick up from there this year. Before this year, we used to pick up at the farmers market on Saturday and choose from his goods what we wanted. However, this year he chose to go to a bigger market out of town, thus, the delivery. That is fine with me as everything is beautiful and I like getting it on Tuesday and get it all prepped. Who wants to spend Saturday in the kitchen washing and prepping veggies?

Thanks for stopping by this am. Have a wonderful weekend.
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14. sandiquiz
7:54 AM GMT on May 09, 2014
Oh, I am glad you didn't know abut the black bear... I am sure you would have tried to get a photo!! lol

Having a sudden burst of energy is wonderful...I get them ever so often, but not as often as I would like!!

I have a delivery of a box of organic fruits and vegetables once every two weeks. It came last night about nine pm. They have got so many customers on the delivery list now that the poor lad who delivers them works up until after 9 to get them all out. I told him they need to employ another driver, but then of course, they may put the cost of the box up, so better stay as they are! lol
Have a great day:)
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13. WeatherWise
1:34 AM GMT on May 09, 2014

I can't believe there was a bear sighting and I did not know about it. I texted my friend who had gone to Northern Virginia to tell her. She texted me back and said she was glad I sent msg that they captured it as it was all over the radio to keep your pets inside as they were leaving this am. Guess who did not have the radio on. I guess it is good I did not know as I might have gotten in trouble trying to sneak past the police barriers trying to get one photo. Pretty amazing that it was in the downtown area not outskirts of town or like in the woods along my beaten path. I was actually out walking from 9 to 10 am.

Well, believe it or not, I get to check one thing off of that long to do list. I can hardly believe I actually did it with such ease. I opened up my little play patio area. I got it cleaned off and table and chairs moved with umbrella set up and rearranged my wicker furniture for spring, summer, and fall set-up. I took another little table and chairs set out. I have a new rug to put out tomorrow and one more little table and chairs set. I planted my new butterfly bush and my new forsythia that I have never planted. I am not sure where this burst of energy came from. I also planted a pepper plant, basil plant, and rosemary plant - all of which I found yesterday at Lowes while on a bird food run.

I also decided to treat the hummingbirds to new feeders. Hopefully another burst of energy will come tomorrow and I will get them set up.I have some more planting I would like to do also.

Winter's Wear and Tear Pretty Flower Spring Time Difference in Seasons 

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12. WeatherWise
7:52 PM GMT on May 08, 2014
Well, listen to our latest news from WAKG website! 

Thursday, May 8,

Updated 5/8/14 @ 2:00

A black bear finds refuge in a tree on Spring Street Black bear captured after scaling a tree downtown:
(Danville, Va.) -- Danville Police assisted a game warden as they worked to successfully bring a large black bear down from a tree on Spring Street. Capt. Timothy Jones says the bear is down and was placed on a tarp and will be set free just as soon as they find a place to release him. He said responders were able to subdue the animal without injuring the bear. The animal was shot with a tranquilizer gun and toppled from the tree onto a tarp held by police. He was then loaded on a vehicle and taken away.  The bear was treed across from Wyatt Electric and near the old Danville City Armory. Police cordoned off a block of downtown Danville and asked that the fire department send a ladder truck to the scene to assist in their efforts. That call was canceled a few inutes later.      The bear was first sighted in the tree about 11 a.m. Police roped off Spring Street and set up a 100-yard perimeter around the site.The bear was spotted near Main Street around 4:00 Thursday morning. Police responded and searched unsuccessfully in the area of Monroe, High and Upper Streets. Authorities asked residents to stay inside and keep the pets out of their yards while the search continued.

cordoned off the block around Spring and Floyd

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10. WeatherWise
5:46 PM GMT on May 08, 2014
One of my favorite photos from last spring, 2013. 772?gallery=

Same flower this year, 2014.

Spring Time Difference in Seasons 

My Moon Shots From Last Night:

Wednesday's Moon Bright Moon 

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9. WeatherWise
4:27 PM GMT on May 08, 2014
Hi Ozgalah, Thanks for coming over to my blog. That is so true that when you get home all thoughts can just go right out the window as you jump right back full force into the regular routine. I would love to see your new bird even it if is just the back. Glad you were able to id - I often find that hard to do and is so nice to have WU users to help me out. I continued my walks while away though not quite so long as when at home. Today is to be hot in the 90s so I got up early to get my walk in before the heat of the day. Only thing is I did not want to come back in - I did my flat mile plus my hilly 1.3 miles. I did not get that many photos today though as my younger son called so I walked and talked. He leaves for a short mission trip abroad on Monday. My older son is already abroad as of yesterday - walking the Coast-to-Coast Walk Across England. And you know what mothers do! Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.

Hi GardenGrrl, Thanks! I was pleased with the selection, also. Yes, the strawberries are delicious. I was super pleased with the two beautiful lettuces and all the other greens as well. Thanks re: photo arrangement - I wanted to share the photos I had taken while away in a small space so decided to just copy thumbnails and change to rich text and paste them in blog entry. If I had been smart, I would have blogged them daily. However, I did not want to spend my time on computer when I had two beautiful granddaughters wanting to play every second. It does look a bit like one of those great big calendars all on one great big poster. Looking forward to hearing all about what you have been up to, lately.

Hi Plapman, Hope your drip stays a drip not a pour like mine. You are right, it seems furnaces tend to go out on the coldest day of the year or air on the hottest day of the year. Thanks for stopping by.

Hi Sandi, Yes, it is definitely spring time and our weather is going to be more like summer temps today with 90 F. That is hot in my book so already planning for the air to click on later today. You sound almost too busy. I agree commenting for fun is definitely much more relaxing and ideal than knowing you must make x number of comments daily. However, I am sure your comments made a lot of folks happy each day. I am hoping water heater is fixed too but keeping an eye on it for a few days. Yesterday the water seem to be a bit like lukewarm so may have to call them again.

Hi YelloworangeRose, I guess I did not explain again as I had explained it in an earlier blog entry when I received my first farm delivery. I am very proud of the fresh vegetables that I get from a local farm. I bought into a local farm - a share - actually a 1/4 share for the season for 24 weeks. With this I get a delivery of fresh vegetables each week. The photo shows the vegetables and strawberries that was in this weeks delivery. They are yummy and this farmer grows his crops organically without any chemicals so I consider the food premium. I hope that explains it.

I love the azaleas, too. There are so many different types and colors around the neighborhood. I plan to post some more pretty ones that I found yesterday.

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8. YelloworangeRose
9:59 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Quoting 6. WeatherWise:

Flowers all over the neighborhood:

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They are all very very lovely. especially the Azaleas. I wish it would grow here in my area. ^_^ i love the photo of the birds too. and there is an old saying that the happiest people in the world are the gardeners.. i could feel how happy and proud you are for having grown your own food. It is a different feeling as we eat the fruit of our labor. Thank you for sharing.
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7. sandiquiz
8:14 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Hi Shirley,
Thanks for leaving the wonderful spring flowers in my blog. it seems spring has finally arrived in many areas of the world!

I have been so busy the last week or two, with what, I have no idea, but certainly the time seems to have just disappeared!

So glad you survived the worrying time over at your daughters house.... and then to come home to a burst water heater ...poor you. Hope it is now fixed properly!
I do probably take a photo or two a day, but having to take one, then edit it and post it to Flickr before commenting on others who have done the same, jut did not appeal to me. I doubt I will do it again, unless I set myself the target! lol
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6. WeatherWise
7:17 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Flowers all over the neighborhood:

Sweet Betsy Sweet Betsy Blossoms Beauties Azaleas
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5. plapman
6:00 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
good day Weather.
The pressure relief valve on my hot water tank has been dripping for a while now. The plumber said not to worry about it. The city water here is a bit on the hard side and the valve gets a piece of shale built up. As long as its a slow leak I'll leave it.
as for the furnace I had mine replaced a couple of years ago and it turned out to be the coldest day in December. 5 small quartz heaters kept the place warm overnight.
Have a good day and thanks for the flowers.
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4. GardenGrrl
3:01 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
SCORE! Nice selection of veggies. The strawberries look especially good. Now that you are getting warm weather all the greens will make a wonderful salad.
Cool way to arrange your pics. For some reason it reminds me of a calendar.
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3. ozgalah
11:18 PM GMT on May 06, 2014
Hi Weatherwise, great photos! Long journeys are great times to gather your thoughts but whenever I get home the here and now seems to take over and the lists just get longer!!!I saw a new bird in our garden the other day, I did take a photo but only got its back but was able to identify it as a member of the whistler family!
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2. WeatherWise
7:40 PM GMT on May 06, 2014
Thank you, Briarcraft! I am taking your comment as a high compliment, So far as the format it was typed into notepad and pasted in blog box and it just turned out that way accidentally. Well, as you and everyone knows, I am still missing that special blog photo button that Pros and others speak of that one click puts it into your blog. So I have been manually putting each in and setting the size to a smaller version and linking it back to the photo on WU. Well, putting all of them in was quite easy but is only a thumbnail linking back to the larger photo on WU. I was the only one posting in that little town in TN. So, I just selected all of the ones from this trip and copied. After I had my blogpost all typed in the box,I clicked on rich text and pasted. When you copy a photo and paste into rich text you see the real photo with link and the header though a bit sideways. I figure I will go back and play with it a bit when I have time. May be crazy but that is how I did it.

Thank you for such kind words, Briarcraft. I try but I still mess up sometimes. Hey and that makes you FIRST!
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1. BriarCraft
6:33 PM GMT on May 06, 2014
What a fun and interesting blog! You've thrown out all the blog formatting standards and come up with something totally new. I like it! And how on earth did you do the thumbnail photo section, complete with clickable captions??? Who needs that old photo sidebar if we could all do something like that.

Your self-renewal, ToDo list, and motto show a lot of wisdom. You give equal importance to mundane tasks and creativity. You view yourself as a work in progress and never stop striving to be better. Combined with your daily walks and enthusiasm, you have the formula for a rich and fulfilling life. Keep it up!
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