Underground electrical cables by bruni

Underground electrical cables

There is a second phase of homes being build very close to where we live.
After hours Hans and I took a ride through the new part of that subdivision. Hans is always interested to see what's going on and I had a great opportunity to take some pictures.
Great capture of the life lines of the modern world.
June 18th, 2019  
Hi ladies, thank you for the suggestion Diana, I'm not sure if it was me but I can tell you how to do it! click on "view this month" under your profile picture and photo/follower numbers, you can then click on the grey arrows either side of the months name to scroll forward or back through the years. To go to a specific month change the date in the browser bar eg 365project.org/bruni/365/2020-01 could be changed to 365project.org/bruni/365/2018-11 you could also add -30 on the end which would take you to November 30th 2018 I hope this helps, I think I've made it sound more complicated then it is!
January 30th, 2020  
Easy Blackberry Curd
Easy Blackberry Curd with a hint of lemon. A simple recipe to make without using a double boiler or endless stirring.
CourseSnack, teatime
CuisineBritish
Keywordblackberry, curd, preserve
Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time14 minutes
Total Time29 minutes
Servings2 small jars
AuthorCamilla Hawkins
Ingredients
275 g blackberries I used frozen
1 tbsp lemon juice freshly squeezed
200 g granulated sugar
55 g unsalted butter cubed
2 eggs beaten
Instructions
Put the blackberries & lemon juice into a pan and simmer gently for about 10 minutes or until softened. (No lid required, we want to concentrate those flavours).
Sieve the blackberries into a pan (I find non-stick woks best) using the back of a wooden spoon.
Add the butter and sugar to the pan and heat gently on the lowest setting until they have both dissolved.
Turn up the heat a fraction (so still gentle, barely a simmer) and vigorously whisk in the beaten egg (pour in a thin stream) and carry on whisking for about a minute. You’ll see the mixture thicken up and it should coat the back of a spoon, remember it will thicken further on cooling. Do not over do the heating, you don’t want scrambled eggs!
Pour into 2 hot, sterilised 250 ml jars.
Once cool, store in the fridge and use within 2 weeks.
March 28th, 2021  
Every year, my husband saves the nodules of the Irish Shamrock flowers, cleans them up and stores them in peat moss to overwinter in our spare room. This year he had three boxes full with them.
So at this time, beginning of Spring, he brings them outside to remove all the peat moss. as you can see in the picture, he uses a sieve. it's messy work but well worth it. we always have three flower pots of the Shamrock underneath our kitchen overhang to enjoy once they start sprouting. again this time he filled three new flower pots. the nodules multiply over the summer and over the years we've given many of them away. my neighbor has too many already and declined the offer. so Hans went across the street and offered them to a young coupe and the lady was delighted to have them.

I enclosed a picture of a Purple Irish Shamrock which I kept for the first time indoors all winter in front of our bay window where it get's the afternoon sun.
March 30th, 2021  
The Oak Ridges Moraine is an ecologically sensitive ridge of land that bisects York Region. (YR is where we live). It extends about 200 km from the Niagara Escarpment in the west to the Trent River in the east. Many of our York Regional Forest Tracts are located on the Oak Ridges Moraine.
The Oak Ridges Trail Association has established a 250 km trail system across the moraine including portions off the York Regional Forest. The trail system has been identified in the forest with white (or blue for inside trails) blazes painted on three trunks.
This system provides forest users with an opportunity for experience a marked trail, may it be for walking and/or mountain biking. some trails, as you can see in my collage, are offshoots of the main trail system made especially for bike enthusiasts.
April 17th, 2021  
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