Calendar Game – May (And ANOTHER Scavenger Hunt!)

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What do April Showers bring?

May Flowers, of course!

For our May Calendar Game we got to spend time in W’s garden as well as our local Botanical Gardens, and out in the woods a bit on one of my favorite hiking/trailrunning trails, searching for May blooms.

I have to take this opportunity to commend W, by the way. He has gotten ever braver in our pursuit of Rope on the Run pics, thinking almost nothing of whipping out his rope right in his yard and at various public locations. I’m so proud of him! :-D

I love working on W's garden...this year he put me "in charge" of it! Course I don't look in charge of much with my hands tied, do I?

I love working on W’s garden…this year he put me “in charge” of it! Course I don’t look in charge of much with my hands tied, do I?

There ARE blossoms here, actually one of my faves, honeysuckle. But it was a WELL traveled hiking trail, so Ad threw the dog leash around my wrists and we snapped the pic quick!

There ARE blossoms here, actually one of my faves, honeysuckle. But it was a WELL traveled hiking trail, so Ad threw the dog leash around my wrists and we snapped the pic quick – and he didn’t get much of the blooms in the pic!

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Looking quite a bit more cleaned up & relaxed at the Botanical Gardens one lovely Friday afternoon with W.

We headed to the Climatron next. It was a close call here - right after we took off the rope, another couple came around the corner on this little-used path around the perimeter of the building.

We headed to the Climatron next. It was a close call here – right after we took off the rope, another couple came around the corner on this little-used path around the perimeter of the building.

No rope, but such pretty "blooms" on this umbrella that I had to strike a pose.

No rope, but such pretty “blooms” on this umbrella that I had to strike a pose.

Then it was off to another favorite, somewhat more secluded and less-visited spot in the garden: the Chinese Garden.

Then it was off to another favorite, somewhat more secluded and less-visited spot in the garden: the Chinese Garden.

In fact it was secluded enough that I decided to give W a little flash!

In fact it was secluded enough that I decided to give W a little flash!

I think this qualifies as a “Public Garden?”

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Comments

  1. fuzzilla

    I adore the blissed-out look in the first photo. Gives me hope that there’s such happiness in the world (heh, it’s been a long week).

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  2. Curvaceous Dee

    This definitely counts – and I love all the images you’ve taken! Hooray for rope on the run, scavenger hunts in secluded spots, and a whole lot of fun :)

    xx Dee

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