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But most importantly let’s not forget the 22” platinum series chrome wheels that are a real show stopper.thunderstorms and fireflies, straw hats and cold drinks, days of lazy summer heat when finding shade under a tree is sometimes all one can think about.So, without further ado, let's check out some trees. it really is a pear tree and, yes, there has been a rope swing (recently updated) hanging off the same limb for seventy years.I'd like to kick this off with my favorite childhood hiding spot. Three generations of inquisitive adventurers with scabbed knees, bare feet, and dirty faces have wrapped their legs around it.If you climbed up the trunk to the fork and then higher....out on this limb, your mother couldn't find you, nor your older bossy siblings.
You could read uninterrupted about adventure on the high seas or about a little girl in the Maritimes, or just watch squirrels navigate the narrow branches above while you, blameless, dropped hard, inedible pears on your brother's head as he tried to swing.
From Tricia O'Brien at Talespinning, we have a few of her amazing photos complemented by her signature haiku, as well as a flash fiction piece about a young cypress tree (relatively speaking as a cypress can live for thousands of years) that wishes it were a boy.
When Jade Blackwater first contacted me and asked if I would be interested in hosting July's celebration, I didn't know what to expect.
I certainly didn't expect the outpouring of artistic expression that I received.
I would like to thank Jade for seeking me out and Dave Bonta , co-founder of the Festival of the Trees, for all his help with coordinating submissions that came in through the blog.
July 1st is the first day of the heat moon, and we're on the cusp of the dog days of summer...