Inokashira Park & Kichijoji

Originally posted on free.cloud:
Hello world My guesthouse is located in a quiet and residential area of Tokyo , called Kichijoji. It’s a very nice place to live because you have access to green nature , many shops and restaurant , the cost of living is reasonable and the pace of life is slow . It feels like a human-scale neighbourhood. Let’s explore this… Continue reading Inokashira Park & Kichijoji

A Neighborhood Nature Walk

Originally posted on JLT Natural History Society:
2020 is a Leap Year! So the Natural History Society is offering a choice of two dates for this month’s outing. Join us on either Friday, February 28 or Saturday, February 29, for a three-hour stroll in Port Townsend with expert naturalist Ken Wilson.  Arbutus menziesii (Madrona aka Pacific Madrone) In any neighborhood, there is much nature to discover when we look more… Continue reading A Neighborhood Nature Walk

February through July 2020 Book Club Selections

Originally posted on JLT Natural History Society:
February 24th: The Last Wilderness: A History of the Olympic Peninsula (2019) by Murray Morgan  Originally published in 1955, this new version includes an introduction by author Tim McNulty, whose book Olympic National Park: A Natural History, is a primary text for the Natural History Society.  The Last Wilderness is regarded as a “classic history of the Olympic Peninsula,” told in… Continue reading February through July 2020 Book Club Selections