The day-to-day business of planning meals can be a real challenge for me. I never know what to plan and I just plain get tired of my cooking. That’s why today, when I braved the roads to get groceries (yesterdays snow fall 25 cm, almost 10 inches), I thought I’d make it more fun and pick up my Aunty Kathleen for coffee too. You might remember her recipe for Nachynka I scored at the Ukrainian Hen Party . Yum! Did I mention our birthdays are only a day apart? True story! Last year Mr B took us to brunch at the MacDonald Hotel, just because we’re so special 😉
Thanks for meeting me up Aunty! LUL
On my way home, I spotted our local ‘Wild Birds Unlimited‘ store and thought about meals again. Except this time, it was meals for the birds. If you visited Boomdeeadda the other day, you saw the brand new ‘Casa Boomdee-ville’ I had just set up in a tree adjacent to our condo. There’s fine
Linen Lint Bedding and a Sweet Treat for all weary feathered travelers to indulge in.
Well, we’re already expanding. Today I added a ‘Bird Bark Butter Feeder’. Check it out!
It’s smells like peanut butter but it’s not as oily and is specially formulated for your backyard visitors. Apparently it will attract over 90 species of birds, including thrushes, warblers, cardinals, wrens, woodpeckers, robins and more. You can visit their website and watch a cool video of bark butter in action.
It’s about the easiest set up you can imagine. Simply spread the Bark Butter into the holes in the feeder and hang in a tree. I also bought a tiny wild-birdseed heart for any visitors who don’t like peanut butter, but really who doesn’t? 😀
Of course Petals, Blossum and I will keep you posted of all photo worthy moments to the Casa Boomdee-ville
(PS. They tend to get distracted easily, but I’ll stay on it)