Archive for 03/11/2013

10 things kids can (still) do without an iPad

‘I was really inspired by the Outdoor Nation blog and now it’s moved to the new Project WILD Thing site with a great new doco by David Bond.

David’s quest is to give the same level of marketing push to attract kids (and their parents) outside as Apple, Disney and Mattel have been able to wield into our (sub)consciousness to convince us to consume ’stuff’…..’

reblogged from Chas Spain

My Botanical Garden

As an art and botany lover I am always happy discovering the many ways people use plants to decorate their homes. Like they did it at Albaicin, Granada- have a Image

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Here we go again…this time some garden ideas for using pallets and other recycled items to create planting spaces (plus a couple of potting benches and some very effective – looking fencing)…

Old School Gardener

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