My Fitbit has gotten put through its paces the last couple of days in San Antonio.
I’ve wandered about, and climbed hills and flights of stairs.
Reconnecting with old friends has been quite special.
I’ve found gardens in unusual places. This little spot was tucked back behind the convention center, peach, orange, lemon, lime, fig and bay trees. Cabbages, Swiss Chard, tomatoes, and every kind of herb were tucked into raised beads. All were surrounded with chicken wire or hog panels to protect them from the very brazen deer that run the golf course.
With the chilly winter we had the peaches look like they are going to be spectacular this year.
My favorite was a cheeky, black squirrel who posed so pretty, I had to take his picture.
I love that they landscape with Rosemary here. It’s so pretty, great for bees, and deer resistant. Of course, I couldn’t keep my hands off of it. It’s great aromatherapy to rub my hands across the Rosemary and then breath deep to enjoy.
It’s been fun to be away for a few days, but I’m ready to go home.