Friday Blogging

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The beautiful Asiatic Lilies out front of the No Limits sign look very pretty this week!

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Jason and Corina came out to see the lilies and to help take pictures on a beautiful day.  Lookin’ good Jason and Corina!

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Our native Purple Passionflower or “Maypop” has finally bloomed!  We hope that it will be pollinated so that it will produce fruit!

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Checking the first aid kit outside because it was such a beautiful day!  Zel says “It was in excellent condition and we have everything we need”.  Great work everyone!

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Brandon proudly showing off the No Limits CoCoRaHS Rain Gauge after it collected its first measurable amount of rain.  CoCoRaHS is a “grassroots volunteer network of backyard weather observers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation (rain, hail and snow) in their local communities.”  Brandon will use his findings to help track rainfall in Tasley, Virginia while at the same time assisting the Virginia’s Eastern Shore Chapter of Master Naturalists to better observe weather patterns.  Very cool!

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Emma and Brandon were busy researching native plants and Adrian snapped a photo.  Good job picking out plants and nice picture Adrian!

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