This past Tuesday was another N2O (Never-2-Old!) seniors activity day, and it was a blast! The weather was wet and windy but did not hamper the determined folks at all. :) Our instructor this time was Richard Mcbride, the resident biologist, who is also on our board! We explored the outdoor area with Richard (and got very damp), had an intriguing discussion about the ecology we encountered, as well as examined some of Richards fungi & tree specimens. It proved to be helpful to have a group diverse in interests and experiences. Among the wonderful folks who joined us, there were scientists, geologists, ornithologists, people with decades of knowledge, and people like me, that have barely started acquiring knowledge of any field, and who loved the chance to listen to our participants talk about nature from their perspective. As usual, we had the lovely Melissa cooking for us, and of course, it did not disappoint. With lemon quinoa spinach salad, squash soup, and fresh bread rolls, I think I can say everyone thoroughly enjoyed having time with good food and good people. Join us for our next N2O, August 22, and remember that retirement means you're just getting started!