Friday Blogging


Matt and Rachel had to run an errand across the bay this week and had a nice time!


Matt enjoying a sweet treat before heading home.


Kyle and Brandon working HARD on their Eastern Shore Master Naturalist final exam.  Congratulations again on your recent graduation y’all!


Amy with her brand new voting ID.  She is ready to go vote!


Kamesha from the Virginia Cooperative Extension came in to give a lesson on nutrition this week!


Part of our lesson was on Yogurt Parfaits.  Amy and Sherry say they enjoyed this lesson!


David, Corina, and Jason liked the lesson as well.  Don’t mind CL’s face though, he just doesn’t like yogurt at all!


Zel and Amy working on a memory match game while waiting for the bus!

Congratulations to the 2018 Class of Eastern Shore Master Naturalists!

We are proud to announce that long-time member of No Limits, Brandon, as well as our Case Coordinator, Kyle Fulk, have completed the 2018 Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Course!


Brandon posing for a picture during a class outing.

This eight week course is designed to train volunteers to provide education and outreach services on the Eastern Shore of Virginia that are dedicated to the management of natural resources and natural areas within our community inevitably benefiting the entire commonwealth of Virginia.  To learn more about the Eastern Shore Chapter of Virginia Master Naturalists please visit their website here:


A class on the many soil types found on the Eastern Shore.


Brandon and Kyle working with their peers during a class activity.



Brandon presenting his project to the 2018 Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Class.  He presented on the only cactus native to Virginia, the Eastern Prickly Pear!

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Brandon receiving his certificate with Dot Field, Natural Areas Research Coordinator and Eastern Shore Region Steward, who assists in operating the Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Program.

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Kyle receiving his certificate with Dot.

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Graduates of the 2018 Virginia Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Course!

Congratulations to Brandon, Kyle, and all other graduates of the 2018 Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Course!

Friday Blogging


Taking down our Halloween decorations and Zel couldn’t pass up taking a picture with “Frankenzel”!


Is that Frankenzel or DenZEL Washington?!  Haha!


No Limits’ Board Member Laurice Hohlt stopped by to donate a: Rubber fig, an orchid cactus, and a Schefflera plant!


Thank you for always thinking of us Laurice!  And thank you to Brandon for helping to remember these unique plant’s names (and how to spell them!  Haha!)


A few members from No Limits had never seen cotton growing in a field before.  We saw this raw cotton growing on our way to an outing in Cape Charles, VA.  Cool!

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Our good friend Maureen came by to visit with us before she moves out of state.  We wish you all the best Maureen and we will miss you!


Brandon continued his work the 2018 Eastern Shore Master Naturalist Class this week by learning about various types of soil.


Brandon examining Spartina patens at Mutton Hunk Fen Natural Area Preserve.  Nice!


What a beautiful view!


CL was recognized last weekend for all of his hard work with the No Limits Hot Dog Cart at the 2nd Annual Disability Awareness Showcase hosted by the Eastern Shore Center for Independent Living.


Way to go CL!  Well done!

Check out a video of CL being recognized for his achievements below!

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Amy helping to make treats for the hungry cats at the SPCA and Animal Control facilities.


Don’t worry, we didn’t forget the dog treats for the hungry pups too!


Looks like Brandon made a friend!


Amy thinks we should name him “Ben” and let him live under our shed.  Welcome home Ben!


David mixing up a lemon cake for Rachel’s Birthday!


Happy Birthday Rachel!  And many, many more!


Brandon had a lot of good information to add to our Garden Meeting this week.  Nice work Brandon!


Hurricane Michael gave us plenty to do on this windy Friday morning.  Rest in peace (pieces) to our shed.  You served us well!