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Monday, May 30, 2016
Mosaic Monday - May
Today, the strawberries were turning red, there was plenty of chives, and there were a few rows with markers indicating seeds had been planted and soon green sprouts will be sticking their heads from the soil.
Morrison House Cafe. My sister and I had lunch there together on the May long weekend. We talked about our craft projects and a bunch of other things.
No Pelicans on this visit. I will have to try again.
This was an unusual sight so I took a picture so I could investigate later.
Here and there across the Canadian countryside you’ll see these bright blue shelters placed in patterns in pastures. Their openings all face the same direction and their presence has a rather otherworldy feeling about it. What are these things?
They are plastic shelters for alfalfa leaf-cutter bees, a native North American bee that has been domesticated. The blue dome is used in western Canada, variations in other parts of the continent. The shelters, usually found in alfalfa pastures, are needed for their warming ability and as a place for the bees to build their nests out of alfalfa leaves. One shelter for every 4 to 5 acres contains about a dozen nests.
Sharing with Mosaic Monday hosted by Judith at Lavender Cottage.