Monthly Archives: March 2009

Weekly Stroller Hikes Events – Mini Vacations! (1)

Hello all- We managed an impromptu overnight camping trip this weekend, given the superb weather, to Morgan Hill’s Henry Coe Park. We enjoyed doing little more than soaking in the sunshine, looking for critters, and identifying dozens of wildflowers (Lupine, Johnny Jump Ups, Wild Onion, Wild Roses, Peas, Buttercups, Wish Flowers, Red Maids, Poppies, and […]

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Weekly Stroller Hikes Events – Wind and Wishes! (1)

Hello all! With the wind whipping up a storm outside, it’s nice to cozy up indoors where it’s still and quiet. By tomorrow, the world will be littered with plant debris, and dozens of plants will have successfully had their seeds transplanted by the wind to start new generations of flowers. Max and I look […]

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Weekly Stroller Hikes Events – The World in Bloom! (1)

Hello everyone! Spring has sprung, and between allergic sneezes, there’s plenty of time to marvel at the colors that have emerged. Bright green grasses, yellow mustard, and pink, red, and white tree blossoms abound in our neighborhood. The lily on our kitchen table has opened to reveal velvety orange pollen on purple anthers. In the […]

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Weekly Events for Stroller Hikes – Nurturing and growth amidst the stormy times (1)

Hello all! These stormy times have been keeping us on our toes. As the economic and meteorological storms ebb and flow, a lot of us are very much caught in the moment wondering what will happen next, and how our futures will be impacted. Watching the clouds and rain on Thursday, before the Toddler Trek, […]

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Weekly Events for Stroller Hikes – Rain, WALL-E, and childhood fun! (1)

Hello all! We had a wonderful set of sunny day ventures last week (including a great turnout to last week’s Arastradero Toddler Trek), and now the rain has us back to indoor-based events, like visiting the library, making foccacia, and watching movies (WALL-E is Max’s favorite). It’s interesting to me how with our adult perception […]

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