Happy Earth Day
Spent Earth Day Outdoors And Twittered About It Later
BUT, Is That Earth Friendly?
Would activism, volunteering or something else be more Earth friendly?
(Read last year’s Earth Day Blog Post, “Earth Day Celebration Of Ardis And Philip Hyde And Canyonlands.”)
You can now enjoy following Philip Hyde Photo on Twitter.
Twitter Address: @PhilipHydePhoto
Beyond the tweets I twittered, our Earth Day included a hike along Indian Creek, or “The River,” as locals call it because it is the largest part of the Feather River. My friend Nancy’s daughter of seven and her friend, the daughter of a neighbor, made water channels and pools in the same beach sand the neighbor and I dug in when we were the two girl’s age almost 40 years ago. We hiked the rugged, rocky river shore back to the house where the girls did handstands and cartwheels on the lawn while I Twittered about our activities. Then we planted herb starts: Sweet Basil, Marjoram, Parsley, Caraway, Mint and Chamomile. Meanwhile, in the last few days, Daffodils, Lupines and a few other early bloomers had blanketed the garden. We cut Daffodils and Lupines for bouquets the girls took home. There’s nothing like the smell of Lupines or Daffodils in the early Spring.
Twitter asks the question, “What are you doing now?”
A few tweets:
Happy Earthday. Some day everyone will be green, but isn’t it ironic that by then might be too late. A little too ironic…
Earth Day. Friend Nancy is coming over w/her 2 kids. We will dust off the Solar Oven for kids to see in action baking a cake.
Hiking, outdoors, maybe photos, probably just enjoy Earth Day. Enjoy the Earth. Do you enjoy the outdoors?
Children dug in the beach sand at the river high in snow melt. We sat in the shade of Alders just starting to leaf. Watching next generation
What did you do for Earth Day? What do you think of social media? Is there any overlap? Please share your opinion…