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What I miscalculated was 1) my level of conditioning 2) the weight of my road bike on all the hills!
Let me just say first, it was totally fun, but exhasting! But let me also admit, it got me thinking why I don’t get around town by bike more often. The answer boils down to the reasons outlined in points #1 and #2 above.
So #1 is just about getting out there and getting back in shape – I will admit that the last year has had me in front of my computer more than working out. But as much good intention I have, every time I think about biking somewhere, I remember the killer hills near our home and my ambitions to be a biking road warrior quickly die. So that leads to point #2 – getting a better bike to help me get up the hills.
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Mason Bees, or Orchard Bees, are insect pollinators that are native to North America. These bees are different from the traditional honeybee and an important part of your local food and garden system. Besides being native to the U.S. and assumingly more prepared to deal with our climates and environments, they also do not require the same amount of care. They are also more efficient pollinators that other insects including honeybees!
Why mason bees?
They are great pollinators and do wonders for your gardens
They are easy to care for
They don’t sting unless really, really, really threatened (which is great for people that are allergic to honeybee stings)
Read more to learn about Mason Bees or click to watch a quick video.
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I developed this Dairy-Free Cranberry Citrus Scone recipe for a friend of mine who struggled to find something to pair with his morning coffee. These scones are filled with bright jewel-colored dried fruit that are dairy-free but full of taste. I also used sustainable ingredients where I could.
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