Friday Blogging

Look it’s Mr. Chicken Snack!  Aka, our resident garden spider…
…we call him Mr. Chicken Snack because if he falls from his web he will become a gourmet garden spider for the No Limits Hens!  Until he falls though, Brandon says “he is helping with bug control in the chicken coop!”
Morning glories are one of the prettier weeds that we pulled up this week.
Composting weeds makes rich soil for next year!  Work on Brandon, work on!
Steve says “Pulling weeds is hard work but someone has to do it!”  Good work!
No Limits created a brochure that assesses local walking trails for accessibility a few years back.  They were running out of the brochures at the Virginia Welcome Center in Cape Charles so a few of us took a trip to deliver new ones!
While at the Welcome Center we noticed the Blue Star Memorial that is a tribute to the Armed Forces of the United States and had to stop to get a picture with it because we all support the Armed Forces too.
Farmer Zel zipping along and beautifying the yard.
Brandon helped to chop down some mulberry bushes this week – why not?!
A few members of the Health & Safety team doing what they do best, making sure that the yard is safe.  Great work!

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No Limits Eastern Shore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of brain injury on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia. In September 2012 we were awarded a contract by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to operate the No Limits day program in Onancock, VA.

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