These are all of Midori Farm’s gorgeous stand.
They make fabulous kim chee and other fermented vegetables. The best way to get probiotics, from delicious food!
For Mundane Monday #176: bones.
This is from the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, in the Port of Debuque, Iowa. We had eight people in two vans, age range from 8 to 75, and drove there from Wisconsin. It was really excellent and something for everyone. A DiVinci exhibition, live alligators, this alligator snapping turtle skeleton, river boats and history.
What bones inspire you? The snapper was about four feet long, beak to tail, and the jaws and beak is very impressive. I’ve seen a pair of live ones in the wild on the outer banks of Virginia.
Link or message your Mundane Monday bone contribution and I will list them next week.
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