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Vegetable Gardening in ALASKA

Vegetable Gardening in ALASKA

On a trip to Alaska, I went to find out about growing vegetables in that harsh climate

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Mexico – Winter 2017 – Tulum and Coba Maya Village

Coba

Visit temples and the legendary ballgame of this majestic archeological site. Follow the paths to arrive at the Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the whole Yucatan Peninsula, from the top of which you will enjoy breathtaking views of the amazing jungle that surrounds the site. Optional bike rental is available at the site.

Tulum

Visit the archeological site of Tulum and learn about the Maya culture and history of this beautiful ancient city that was occupied in 1200.

Maya Village

You will have the opportunity to see how the Maya live and learn from their culture and traditions.

Esmeralda – This Maya community still keeps a traditional lifestyle, learn about local flora and walk to the Cenote. Observe how the village has evolved with ecotourism and understand their social growth.
Swimming – A refreshing dip in the crystal, clear fresh water of the beautiful Cenote (underground cave).
Maya ritual – Be part of an authentic blessing ceremony that a Maya Shaman will perform with incense.
Traditional meal – Enjoy an authentic Maya menu including soup, chicken, vegetables, rice, beans and hand-made corn tortillas.

( Vacances d’hivers 2017 au Mexique (Playa del carmen) )
By Miguel Discart Photos Vrac 2 on 2017-12-07 09:30:22
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By |2017-12-25T02:29:07-08:00December 25th, 2017|Categories: Gardening Videos|6 Comments

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  1. Donna J Capps 2017-12-25 at 2:35 AM - Reply

    She sounds cool.  I live in Fairbanks and I am just learning about gardening but I have gotten some small tomatoes on the south side of my house.  It looks like you visited in the fall.  That is my favorite season.  It is so beautiful.  One year we took the train to Denali for our anniversary Sept 1st and it was so beautiful.  There’s gold in them thar hills but it actually falls from the trees.  I’m glad you got to visit.  

  2. Diane Mumm Garden Videos 2017-12-25 at 2:39 AM - Reply

    thanks for sharing alaska beauty..

  3. Hmong Alaskan AK 2017-12-25 at 2:47 AM - Reply

    I miss gardening with my grandma.

  4. The Blessed Altomares 2017-12-25 at 2:53 AM - Reply

    I live in Fairbanks and you can grow tomatoes,cucs,corn,pepers,ect

  5. Frank Burns 2017-12-25 at 3:05 AM - Reply

    LOL…Your moose story sounds great and all, lady, but, oh my, look at the time!

  6. matanuska high 2017-12-25 at 3:19 AM - Reply

    we grow the largest vegetables in the matanuska valley

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