Saturday, 2 November 2013

A Little Bit Of Green

Uganda steps into the hot spring. How I wish I were in
such a warm spot right now. Looks warm.
Gosh, the weather is pretty dismal here in Montreal. Then of course, it's pretty much normal for this time of year - cold, wet, rainy. Everyone is just thankful we don't have snow on the ground yet.

Bwambale Robert, Director of the Kasese Humanist Primary School, mailed me some photos of the Kasese Humanist Botanical Gardens a few days ago and things sure do look pleasant there.

I'm rather brain dead right now after a day full of dealing with the ongoing saga of house renovations. So I thought I'd just cheat and share some of these bright green sunny photos.

For those of you in climates like Florida or California - Damn You!

Well, at least we don't have snow on the ground - but it's going below freezing tonight. Anyway, bright green foliage time!

Palm Plant.
Eucalyptus trees being cut.
Potatoes and palm trees.
Arcacia tree.

Thanks to Bwambale Robert for bringing a little green into my increasingly colder and more grey life!

Remember you can support both the Botanical Gardens and the building of new classrooms for the school:

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