SM Field Day at the Bee Garden
Visiting my bee Friends
Visiting the Magic Bees
About a year ago I joined an educator event at Camp Long that would include some elements of wilderness training. We did a couple of games and I loved it. Over the last couple weeks Marco and I volunteered by giving demonstrations at the West Seattle Bee Garden (which we built with our neighbors in 2013) for school field trips.
I really enjoy connecting kids with nature. I also developed a big passion for books about nature expeditions (bike rides across the US, pilger trails and the PCT). I read about others adventures and watch Survival shows for a while. I think it's the craving for simplicity that calls me.
Coming across a guidance book for mentoring with a nature approach sounds perfect. Today my summer lecture arrived and I got to share one part, the Sit Spot, with Tim. I am looking forward to try out some activities and let more nature experiences take over my life.
Learning about the new pump station next to the Fauntleroy dock
West Duwamish Greenbelt walk
My Magic Bees
After being a bit disappointed about my birthday bees were hauled off by a Parks person last month, I was really sad every time I walked passed my empty hive box sitting in our backyard. But today I noticed some activity of bees flying in the front of the box and took a closer look and...
... I could not believe it. I found a new swarm of Magic Bees just moved in my hive box.
Yeah! Welcome little Magic bees! So happy you found the home I had ready for you!
Curious Bee. Forest Steward. Nature Nerd. Climate Activist Mom.