We planted a pack of sunflower seeds in early April. I thought since they're recommended for kids to grow, they would be perfect for a non green thumb like me. That was easy! Here it is, first bloom in late June, however, with a few bugs kicking around, I don't know what they look like, all I see are holes on the leaves...?
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Tuesday, June 23
I'm not even sure if we should call it a starfish or a sea star? Does anyone know? I think it could be edible but he's definitely too cute to be cooked. Mr. Sea Cucumber...you're just a little too strange and soft comparing to the ones I had cooked and eaten before. Perhaps you're some other sea creature that happen to look like sea cucumber? Or you're just a weirdo? Nice meeting you both. Back into the ocean you go. I'm sorry that we created a little hole on you. Bye!
When we were fishing on Hornby Island, we also accidentally caught a sea urchin. Need I say how delicious? Two billion times better than what you can get at any Japanese restaurant in Vancouver. However, it's still not as good as what hub and his buddy got from Bowen Island when they went scuba diving two years ago.
Friday, June 12
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