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Posts Tagged ‘Blue Zones’

Backyard Blue Zones

April 30, 2017 @ 7:27 am
posted by Dr Ginther

My backyard is drier than Katoski along Blackhawk Creek.  The spring wildflowers are different.

Scilla were first, followed by bloodroot.  Daffys and narcissus, each variety a few days later.  Bellwort is always brief.  False anemone, toothwort, black cohash, blue myrtle.  Prairie trillium are the best in the nearly 40 years I have savored them.  Redbuds are spectacular this year.  Mayapples, starry nose Soloman seal, lillies of the valley, Jacob’s ladder, true Soloman seal, shooting star, are up but not blooming yet.  French lilacs have started, but Miss Kim and Persian not yet.  Rose Rhododendrons are a mass of hudreds of blossoms.

Anther Blue Zones experience.

Jay Ginther, MD

Spring in Katoski Greenway

April 26, 2017 @ 8:12 pm
posted by Dr Ginther

Purple violets, spring beauty by the thousands, white violets, Virginia bluebells by the tens of thousands, yellow violets, trout lillies, a few early buttercups, the first time I have seen them blooming – stary Soloman’s plume, and a few ubiquitous dandylions by the parking lot.

Truely a Blue Zones experience!

Jay Ginther, MD

Grandchildren are Blue Zones

April 11, 2017 @ 9:32 pm
posted by Dr Ginther

We have a new granddaughter, Isabel Adelia.  Grammy was there to ride herd on Isabel’s 20 month old older brother while mom and dad were busy with the new arrival.  Trevor has no idea how a baby sister will change his world forever.  Perhaps for the better….

Grandchildren are Blue Zones

Jay Ginther, MD

Super Bird Party

February 5, 2017 @ 4:09 pm
posted by Dr Ginther

The sun is bright, air crisp and clear, sky blue, remnants of snow cover most of the lawn.  It’s Super Bird Party time today at the bird feeders.

Goldfinches still in winter plumage, chickadees, house finches, juncos, white breasted nuthatches, downy, hairy, and red-breasted woodpeckers, cardinals, blue jays, and occasional house sparrows.

Take time to enjoy the world around you.  Live in the “Blue Zones”.

Jay Ginther, MD