Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Summer Fever

  Enjoying Summer... Good food, friends, floating in our canoe and camping! (plus river trash clean-up)


For Father's Day, we took kiddo camping for the first time, in New Hampshire's Franconia National Park, and she LOVED it!






We finished Father's Day weekend off with a picnic by Charles River with friends.


  Last week, we took a trip out to Harvard, Massachusetts, to Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge where we paddled and removed trash from the river.  We were inspired by this guy: Trash Paddler.  It was rad to share such a beautiful time in a silent, serene place, and to show Harmony a bit of planet-aid in action.  Our family discussions in the canoe are such a special bonding time, and to spend it also greening up the river, was great for teaching her more about our values and our ability to make a difference for the environment.  She was thrilled to see a muskrat, which swam right up to our canoe, checked us out, then swam away.  We also saw flying cranes, fish, and a really pretty species of blue dragonflies we had never encountered before.


PLEASE RECYCLE!



We've had some yummy meals from our garden lately, and I had my friend over to pick and eat with us. She made a great salad for us, then showed kiddo some hula-hoop moves!


Warm Wilted Salad of Organic Homegrown Radishes, Mustard Greens & Basil, also spinach & strawberries,  zucchini & mushrooms sautéed in ghee, dressed with homemade vinaigrette of lemon / sea salt / mustard / honey / apple cider vinegar, side of pineapple 






Some recent summer snacks:

 Berry Coconut Clafoutis ~ Gluten-free / Grain-free / Dairy-free / Refined Sugar-free / Nut-free / Soy-free (great for anyone with allergies)



Pocket Full Of Homegrown Radishes

 Gluten-free / Soy-free / Dairy-free Pancakes with Chia, Coconut, Bee Pollen, Avocado, Mango, Strawberry & Sautéed Caramelized Banana in Coconut Oil

Backyard Organic Radishes and Spicy Mustard Greens





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