Thoroughly enjoyed meeting up with Sharon at the Caravan and camping expo this morning. I only took one photo on the way so I wouldn’t be late.
We wove our way around tripping accross all that we both wanted to see and more.
The more bit was an off road RV to die for. Not an prettied up over excessorised RV but a true gutsy off road unit that would be very user friendly.
Here’s me releasing my inner out back Warrior.
I am now soaking my feet in epsom salts/magnesium. They are bruised and burning.
No triking tomorrow.
Most of us know about the importance of iron and calcium for our bodies, but what about magnesium? It is the second most abundant element in human cells and the fourth most important positively charged ion in the body. It helps the body regulate over 325 enzymes and plays an important role in organizing many bodily functions, like muscle control, electrical impulses, energy production and the elimination of harmful toxins.
I triked off to Enoggera today and passed this up a side street on the way home.
No phone number on it. Must just be someone who is affected by it putting it out there.
Traveled via River walk.
short video I took.
A longer video that could do with some trimming on the end.
A splendidly perfect Spring Day.
I triked there and back , approximately 39 k’s.
I enjoyed the music and loved the colour bombing . Then at 3.5 hours felt it was time to head back and I am so glad I did as it was 7.15 pm by the time I arrived home at Chermside having stopped at GasWorks for yogurt. This place didn’t exist when I lived down opposite the land it is on.
This was our happy little band yesterday at Ashgrove. I will put names to faces later.
I did 31.09 ks on the trike yesterday.
Mobility is taken for granted until it deminishes or is taken away altogether.
Here is a brilliant way to get tiny tots up and going and have their strength and social intergration opportunities increased magnificentlty.
Sorry to anyone who viewed the earlier link . I have corrected it now. That’s what working on tablets does for me some times.
In a perfect world, that is one saying that I like.
It say`s to me that people don`t wake up one day and decide to breath poluted air, live in homes tainted with toxins and fill their bodies up with food of questionable origins. Although that`s pretty well the status quo for much of the enviroment now.
I am always intruiged when some introduces something like in this video that may not seem cost efficient in the short time but offers a approach that will improve todays health and tumble on effects genetically for future generations.
A garden is a place to grow your own healthier old age endeavour.
I am lucky enough to have a bit of dirt up country that means I can eat from natures bounty as often as possible.