and you can see how big the buds are. We haven't seen any in bloom, which is too bad, because they must be gorgeous. It looks like a yucca plant that we'd have at home (Montana), except the bearded yucca has a trunk, which is covered with strange looking yucca leaves. (someone else might have a better description for it, but this is my blog, so I'm calling it!)
A Day in the Desert March 26th 2011 (Sunshine Acres Children's Home)
In January and February when we were wearing shorts, the locals were talking about how cool the weather was this winter…well now that it’s in the high 80s, low 90s, we’re talking about how hot it is (don’t buy into that “dry heat” thing) and the locals are saying it’s not hot at all! It’s all relative, I believe!
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We retired the end of 2006, and started traveling the country, working with RVICS~~Roving Volunteers in Christ's Service. (Pronounced R-VICS.) We live and travel in our motor home, and work at Christian camps, schools and conference centers accross the country. RVICS isn't affiliated with one denomination; rather, it's a Christ faith based ministry. We don't travel as a group, but whoever is assigned to a particular project meets up on the beginning date. We're on each project about four weeks.
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