Home Furnishings: Fond Memories of my Folding Dining Room Furniture

Tucked away in a basement or back closet, I wonder how many of us have stored those indispensable items…..a folding table and a few folding chairs. These items tend to be considered to be #8216;space wasters#8217; …that is, until that much dreaded turn to host the family reunion rolls around. They are then rolled out of their hiding hole, dusted off and given the place of pride at the gathering. How many such gatherings could have taken place without them? The same could be said for children’s parties. Are there any brave souls who would put their heirloom Duncan Phyfe at the mercy of twenty ten year olds? I think not!!! My own folding table, complete with a set of, if not matching but similar, folding chairs was one of my first purchases in Canada. They were purchased, after much haggling, at the local flea market. I think that the vendor took pity on us, being #8216;fresh off the boat as it were and actually#8216;threw in#8217; two extra chairs with the purchase of two chairs and the table. We returned to our new home delighted with our dining room furniture. Isn#8217;t it strange that something as banal as some used folding furniture can evoke such memories….I can#8217;t help but smile when I think of it. This all happened in the late 70#8217;s when it was considered #8216;in#8217; if your furniture showed a complete lack of sophistication. Elegant dining rooms were from our parents#8217; era. The beauty of a carver#8217;s chair, resplendent in its regency striped upholstery; was wasted on us. We scorned the Royal Albert in the matching china cabinet. We were the radicals. We had a total disregard for the adult mores that our parents eschewed. They craved stability and permanence……we craved mobility and the edginess of uncertainty. We lived for the moment not for the future. As our family, and our income, increased my folding dining room furniture was replaced with something with a bit more style and a lot less durability. I couldn#8217;t part with it…this stuff was handy…and, when folded, didn#8217;t really take up too much space. Its new location was a corner spot in the basement. It probably had more use there than it ever did in the more respectable part of the house. It provided a base for many GI Joes…..a magic roadway for countless dinky cars and even a quiet spot for all those hours spent trying to untangle the mysteries of algebra. Roll ahead a few more years and how times have changed. Seated in my regency striped carver#8217;s chair I can see the collection of Royal Albert inside the china cabinet. I look at the polished table and know with certainty that no dinky car#8217;s wheels will ever score it#8217;s pristine surface….no GI Joe will out-maneuver the enemy by scaling the beautifully tapered legs. I smile at those memories too…maybe a little wistfully for the times that have gone by…or maybe it#8217;s because of the realization that I#8217;m really not that different from my mother. She looked to the future but I look to the past.
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The One Where I Get Sick

Cultural Word of the Day (remember this as you continue to read): BALUTE


Balute [considered a delicacy in such countries as Malaysia, the Phillipines, and Thailand] is the partially developed fetus of a duck (or chicken in some cases) still in it#8217;s egg, and then fermented. . . .The Balute peddler pulls from his bicycle basket a large earthen jar wrapped with towels and places it on the ground. He then carefully unwraps the towels and one by one, using a knife or spoon, taps a cirular crack around the topmost part of the duck egg and lifts off #8220;the cap#8221;, as it were.

It#8217;s important to note that there are certain rules to consider when eating Balute.

1. Don#8217;t look inside the egg before you eat it. You don#8217;t want to see the very thing your going to eat looking back at you.

2. Don#8217;t sniff or smell the contents of the egg before you eat it. This is also important for obvious reasons.

3. Don#8217;t think about the contents of the egg before you eat it. Imagination is the man killer here folks.

(information taken from Ahoyhoy.org)


Yep, it’s another Hubby post, and this one is a doozy.

The Setting:

Evening meal; family’s yellow breakfast nook; black and white gingham curtains (hung incorrectly); rickety Duncan Phyfe dining table set with green and cream dishes; one dusty silk arrangement (shades of red) slightly off-center on table; one white baby-high chair; crumbs under baby’s high-chair. A TV in the background blares random speeches from the DNC.


The Characters:
The Hubby (hair all poofy b/c the wife forgot to pick up his hair-gel when shopping. Bad wife.)The Wife (ratty t-shirt and jeans; no make-up even though its badly needed.)
The Little Lady (female child, approx. 14 months old; bread crumbs matted in her sparse hair)

Hubby: Wow — this is good!

Makes audible munching noises while eating; wife’s face registers disgust


Wife: I know; I found this recipe on the Weight Watchers site. I love the taste of the basil in it. I LOVE basil.

Hubby: Hmm-mmm.


Continues to produce very loud chewing noises


Little Lady: Bblbblbaaa! Bblbblbaa! Uh-Oh! Uh-Oh! Uh-Oh!


She bangs her tray with her hand, scattering bread crumbs.
Wife ignores the child’s antics and poises to take another bite


Hubby: Oh, did I tell you what my coworker’s going to bring me?

Wife: (shaking head) No — what?

She takes a bite and looks up at the Little Lady, who is picking pieces of cheese off her shirt.


Hubby: Balute.


Wife looks at husband and shrugs shoulders.


Hubby: You know — those eggs?

Wife: Oh good grief. You’re not serious.


Husband grins and proudly nods head.


Wife: (putting down sandwich) I think I’m going to be sick. Why did you have to bring this up now? During dinner?

Hubby: (making poor attempts to hide laughter) I’m sorry; I’ll stop.

Wife: I really think I’m going to throw up.

Hubby: Go in the living room and watch the DNC. Jimmy Carter’s on– he can take your mind off anything!


Wife buries head in hands and begins to rock slightly.


Wife: WHY do you want to eat one of those?

Hubby: Well, mainly because whenever people talk about Balute, I wanna be able to say “Oh, Balute? Yeah — I’ve eaten that.”

Wife: That’s it? What do the girls at your work think?

Hubby: Oh, MAN! They are SO grossed out! (laughs loudly)

Wife: I can understand.

Hubby: Me and my coworker just keep talking about it and they keep trying everything to get us to stop.

Wife: So your primary reason is just to say you’ve eaten it, and the secondary reason is to gross out your coworkers?

Hubby: Yeah — pretty much.

Wife: I’m still nauseous. (a beat) Please tell me you’re going to eat it at work?

Hubby: (stalling) Well. . .


Wife sits up and stares at him


Hubby: I’m not sure where I’m going to do it.

Wife: You know you’re going to throw up! You got sick the other day when you tried to drink the baby’s juice.

Little Lady: JUS! JUS! JUS! Blblblablblabl. Jus!


Wife turns to the baby and hands her a sippy cup,
which the child promptly throws on the floor


Hubby: Yeah, that’s why I think I’m gonna do it here at the house. You know — that way, I can stop after the first bite if I need to . . . and you can have pictures for your blog.

Wife: A story and pictures for my blog? That’s how you’re going to bribe me to let you do this?

Hubby: Yep.


Stay-tuned for the next installment: The One Where Hubby Gets Sick


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Do What You Love – Designer Philip Gorrivan

Life is too short; do what you love. New York City self-taught designer, Philip Gorrivan does just that. Before designing, Gorrivan worked at Hearst Magazines, an Internet start-up and a venture capital of sorts. The tragedy of 9/11 made a profound impact on him and he then decided to do what he loved – interior design. And aren’t we glad he did!

Here’s a tour of his beautiful NYC home as seen in an interview with Gorrivan in New York Social Diary last year. The first photo (above) is of Gorrivan’s living room with a rich color palette of chocolate browns and golden yellows. I want that gorgeous glass top and gilded base coffee table!

The beautiful Duncan Phyfe sofa is upholstered in a Clarence House striped silk – it’s a family antique from Maine and looks stunning in front of the staircase original to the apartment.

This colorful and eclectic room serves multiple purposes – it’s a dining room when the family is entertaining and a family room when not. The Hexagon Dining Table is one of Gorrivan’s designs and it expands into an octagon when open, seating ten. I love the color and texture variation on the Jansen Dining Chairs – upholstered in Kidd Leather from Edelman and leaf motif embroidery by Elitis.

The sweet banquette is covered in Bergamo multi-striped velvet and the lovely wallcoverings are custom tinted by China Seas.

The master bedroom is my favorite room in the apartment and I originally saw it on Erin’s blog – House of Turquoise. It’s richly sophisticated, but not stuffy. The color palette sets a soothing, tranquil tone. The chocolate brown tufted headboard looks great with the complimenting lavender tufted bench at the foot of the bed. The muted turquoise seagrass wallcovering is extraordinary.

This chaise – in the style of Jean Pascaud – is Gorrivan’s favorite reading nook.

The daughter’s bedroom is fit for a princess. The soft pink amp; white stripes in the canopy, bedding and Roman shade look great with the contrasting bold brown amp; white houndstooth bedskirt and rollneck pillow.

The focal point of Gorrivan’s young son’s room is the gorgeous 18th century French bed framed by a beautiful striped canopy. I’ve never seen a canopy in a little boy’s room, but it looks fabulous here.

Hip, hip, hooray – it’s almost Friday – check out Hooked on Houses. Now go do what you love.

*Images from New York Social Diary

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Spain – 3 Bedroomed Apartment

Casa Nueva
http://www.holiday-rentals.co.uk/p99074


Casa Nueva is a brand new penthouse apartment set in a beautifully landscaped development bordering on a small Spanish village, where you can find a large swimming pool. The apartment is furnished to the highest standards and is ideal for a relaxing family holiday or golfing break.

Driving times
Murcia airport #8211; 10 minutes
Alicante airport #8211; 55 minutes
Murcia #8211; 25 minutes
Cartegena #8211; 30 minutes
La Manga Club #8211; 30 minutes
Beach#8212;10 minutes





Apartment facilities
#183; Luxurious furnishings for six people
#183; Fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing-machine and microwave
#183; Sky TV
#183; DVD player and DVDs/CDs
#183; Outdoor furniture to both terraces
#183; Air conditioning
#183; High chair and travel cot available
#183; Allocated parking





Development facilities
#183; Extensive green areas
#183; Playground
#183; Swimming pools (under development)
#183; Tennis (under development)
#183; Petanque (under development)
#183; Driving range (under development)


San Cayetano Village
#183; Supermarket
#183; Pharmacy
#183; Bakery
#183; Swimming pool
#183; Market
#183; Tapas bars, restaurant, internet café
#183; Beauty salon
#183; Banks






















Description
This spacious, stylishly furnished penthouse apartment is ideal for a golfing break or a relaxing family holiday.

The 3 bedrooms sleep 6 people, with the possibility of a second lounge if only four people are staying.



From the master bedroom and lounge you have direct access to the extensive private terraces where you can enjoy al fresco dining. The apartment overlooks a small Spanish village and the distant mountain range.

A short stroll into the village will allow you to pick up essential supplies, enjoy a relaxing drink in one of the cafés, sample tapas or enjoy excellent food at a restaurant.



Nearby
The development is ideally situated just a few minutes drive from the sandy beaches of the Mar Menor, which is known as #8216;the world#8217;s biggest swimming pool#8217;. You also have easy access to Regional Parks, watersports, spa resorts, museums and the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the cities of Cartagena and Murcia.

Trains to Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona run from Balsicas, just 4km away.

San Javier has a shopping mall with various food outlets, shops, bowling and a cinema.


The city of Murcia is described as one of the most beautiful and historic in the country.




Location – The Mar Menor is situated just 10mins from the apartment. It is a natural lagoon that has 73km of coastline dotted with beaches and tranquil villages. The waters, which are rich in salt and iodine, are some of the best in the area. There are numerous water sport sites and the lagoon is about 180C all year.

Golf#8212;There are many challenging golf courses within 20 mins drive, including the world famous championship La Manga Club, Villamartin, Las Rambles amp; Campamoor.




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Monarch Butterflies: a Michoacan Miracle


Every year millions of Monarch butterflies migrate south to spend a winter hibernating then reproducing on oyamel pines, cedars, spruces and live oak trees in the high mountains north of Mexico City. After mating, they start their annual return trip to North America.

On a winter trip to Mexico, my husband and I decided that we could not miss this wonder of nature. The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is made up of four sanctuaries. In our rented car, we headed to the small Cerro Pelon Sanctuary in Michoacan.

Rancho San Cayeteno, in the Mexican state of Michoacan, was our luxurious base for visiting the Monarchs in Cerro Pelon. Comfortable rooms are surrounded by expansive grounds planted with flowering trees, attracting a resident vermillion flycatcher and hummingbirds. A well tended rose bed provides cut flowers for guest rooms and a greenhouse grows fresh vegetables for the dinning room. When mornings are warm desayuno, or breakfast, is served on a lovely garden patio. We ate dinner at tables surrounding a large stone fireplace in a brick-walled great room with Spanish colonial furniture and timbered ceiling. A stunning woven tapestry and stained glass window based on an abstract design of Monarch butterflies set the mood of a resort designed to show off the local natural phenomena.

San Cayetano#8217;s Lizette and Pablo Span arrange butterfly tours using a local bi-lingual guide. After a full breakfast of fresh fruit and chilaqueiles, we drove with Marcelo, our guide, up twisting mountain roads, careful to reduce our speed over the frequent Mexican speed bumps, or topes, to the remote village of Macheros. There, a co-op of local villagers had our horses saddled and ready to go. Young men led our horses up the steep, rocky hillside holding rope leads for the inexperienced riders in our train of four horses. For over an hour we swayed in our saddles as our horses picked their way up the dusty trail. At first just a few of the distinctive orange, black and white butterflies appeared soaring overhead. Within a few more minutes of climbing, we saw thousands of Monarchs fluttering their wings against the clear, cerulean sky. A rickety wood slat and wire fence with hand painted signs advised visitors #8220;no tire basura,#8221; or don#8217;t throw trash, announced our entry to the Cerro Pelon Monarch Reserve.

Our horses turned and climbed even higher as the sky revealed many more fluttering Monarchs. At our guide#8217;s direction, we dismounted our horses and started a steeper climb on foot. At 2,800 meters the climbing was slow and breathing labored. However, our effort was immediately forgotten as the breathtaking whisper of fragile wings surrounded us. The soft sound of millions of wings fluttering reminded our guide of falling snow. In the sturdy mountain trees, huge clusters of Monarchs with folded wings weighted down limbs. We passed another hand-scrawled sign warning visitors #8220;silencio.#8221; Immature butterflies, clinging to trees and not ready to fly, would be disturbed by loud noises. If they attempted to fly, they would drop to their deaths by the thousands. We whispered and walked softly.

A flat rock at the edge of the rutted trail made a good seat while we clicked our cameras and quietly #8220;oohed#8221; and #8220;awed,#8221; at the marvelous colors and shear numbers of delicate orange and black wings. White clouds sailed across the sun, the shadows slowing the butterflies flight, but as clouds passed and sun rays returned to warm the trees, swarms of Monarchs now back to flight temperature flitted into the sky again. The bursts of wings lifting and soaring filled the sky and looked like autumn leaves falling on a windy day.

Attached mating Monarchs danced as if the sky were their ballroom. A silhouette of a single soaring butterfly, back-lit by the sun, the orange sharply outlined by black, must have inspired stain glass artists.

Marcelo told us that the Monarchs would land on us if we were wearing white. A couple of us stripped down to our T-shirts and stood as still as possible hoping to be a landing spot. The sensation of a one-half gram, four inch wing spanned insect landing on an arm was such an enchantment that we sat there for over an hour hoping for more. As the afternoon wore on, dark clouds from the east moved in over mountain peaks in our direction. As we finished our packed lunch and began our walk down the mountain, lighting and thunder preceded heavy rain drops which turned to hail. Surprised by this out of season storm, our guides hurried us down the hill. The cold rain followed us all the way back to Macheros. Everyone was soaked and cold, so it was hurried #8220;gracias#8221; all around, with tips for the hard working horse leaders and guide.

Back as Rancho San Cayetano, Mexican hot chocolate, and hot showers warmed us up before a relaxing evening of sharing our stories with others who planned a butterfly tour the next day.

About the Monarchs migration:
The Monarchs#8217; migration from Canada by the multi-millions to mountainous Mexico lasts from the end of October to the middle of March. At spring equinox they start leaving the Mexican mountains and are gone in two weeks. Hibernating during the coldest park of winter, and then mating in early spring, Monarchs return to Texas and lay their eggs on milk weed plants. In all it takes 4 generations, with each life span lasting about one month, for the Monarchs to make it across the USA to Canada for the summer. In mid-September, marked by the fall equinox, the migration to Mexico begins again. The trip to Mexico from Canada is one 8 month life span; the Monarchs making the trip having never been to Mexico before and separated from their migration by several generations. How this migration occurs is one that makes scientists still scratch their heads.

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Monarch Butterflies: a Michoacan Miracle


Every year millions of Monarch butterflies migrate south to spend a winter hibernating then reproducing on oyamel pines, cedars, spruces and live oak trees in the high mountains north of Mexico City. After mating, they start their annual return trip to North America.

On a winter trip to Mexico, my husband and I decided that we could not miss this wonder of nature. The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is made up of four sanctuaries. In our rented car, we headed to the small Cerro Pelon Sanctuary in Michoacan.

Rancho San Cayeteno, in the Mexican state of Michoacan, was our luxurious base for visiting the Monarchs in Cerro Pelon. Comfortable rooms are surrounded by expansive grounds planted with flowering trees, attracting a resident vermillion flycatcher and hummingbirds. A well tended rose bed provides cut flowers for guest rooms and a greenhouse grows fresh vegetables for the dinning room. When mornings are warm desayuno, or breakfast, is served on a lovely garden patio. We ate dinner at tables surrounding a large stone fireplace in a brick-walled great room with Spanish colonial furniture and timbered ceiling. A stunning woven tapestry and stained glass window based on an abstract design of Monarch butterflies set the mood of a resort designed to show off the local natural phenomena.

San Cayetano#8217;s Lizette and Pablo Span arrange butterfly tours using a local bi-lingual guide. After a full breakfast of fresh fruit and chilaqueiles, we drove with Marcelo, our guide, up twisting mountain roads, careful to reduce our speed over the frequent Mexican speed bumps, or topes, to the remote village of Macheros. There, a co-op of local villagers had our horses saddled and ready to go. Young men led our horses up the steep, rocky hillside holding rope leads for the inexperienced riders in our train of four horses. For over an hour we swayed in our saddles as our horses picked their way up the dusty trail. At first just a few of the distinctive orange, black and white butterflies appeared soaring overhead. Within a few more minutes of climbing, we saw thousands of Monarchs fluttering their wings against the clear, cerulean sky. A rickety wood slat and wire fence with hand painted signs advised visitors #8220;no tire basura,#8221; or don#8217;t throw trash, announced our entry to the Cerro Pelon Monarch Reserve.

Our horses turned and climbed even higher as the sky revealed many more fluttering Monarchs. At our guide#8217;s direction, we dismounted our horses and started a steeper climb on foot. At 2,800 meters the climbing was slow and breathing labored. However, our effort was immediately forgotten as the breathtaking whisper of fragile wings surrounded us. The soft sound of millions of wings fluttering reminded our guide of falling snow. In the sturdy mountain trees, huge clusters of Monarchs with folded wings weighted down limbs. We passed another hand-scrawled sign warning visitors #8220;silencio.#8221; Immature butterflies, clinging to trees and not ready to fly, would be disturbed by loud noises. If they attempted to fly, they would drop to their deaths by the thousands. We whispered and walked softly.

A flat rock at the edge of the rutted trail made a good seat while we clicked our cameras and quietly #8220;oohed#8221; and #8220;awed,#8221; at the marvelous colors and shear numbers of delicate orange and black wings. White clouds sailed across the sun, the shadows slowing the butterflies flight, but as clouds passed and sun rays returned to warm the trees, swarms of Monarchs now back to flight temperature flitted into the sky again. The bursts of wings lifting and soaring filled the sky and looked like autumn leaves falling on a windy day.

Attached mating Monarchs danced as if the sky were their ballroom. A silhouette of a single soaring butterfly, back-lit by the sun, the orange sharply outlined by black, must have inspired stain glass artists.

Marcelo told us that the Monarchs would land on us if we were wearing white. A couple of us stripped down to our T-shirts and stood as still as possible hoping to be a landing spot. The sensation of a one-half gram, four inch wing spanned insect landing on an arm was such an enchantment that we sat there for over an hour hoping for more. As the afternoon wore on, dark clouds from the east moved in over mountain peaks in our direction. As we finished our packed lunch and began our walk down the mountain, lighting and thunder preceded heavy rain drops which turned to hail. Surprised by this out of season storm, our guides hurried us down the hill. The cold rain followed us all the way back to Macheros. Everyone was soaked and cold, so it was hurried #8220;gracias#8221; all around, with tips for the hard working horse leaders and guide.

Back as Rancho San Cayetano, Mexican hot chocolate, and hot showers warmed us up before a relaxing evening of sharing our stories with others who planned a butterfly tour the next day.

About the Monarchs migration:
The Monarchs#8217; migration from Canada by the multi-millions to mountainous Mexico lasts from the end of October to the middle of March. At spring equinox they start leaving the Mexican mountains and are gone in two weeks. Hibernating during the coldest park of winter, and then mating in early spring, Monarchs return to Texas and lay their eggs on milk weed plants. In all it takes 4 generations, with each life span lasting about one month, for the Monarchs to make it across the USA to Canada for the summer. In mid-September, marked by the fall equinox, the migration to Mexico begins again. The trip to Mexico from Canada is one 8 month life span; the Monarchs making the trip having never been to Mexico before and separated from their migration by several generations. How this migration occurs is one that makes scientists still scratch their heads.

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Spain – 3 Bedroomed Apartment

Casa Nueva
http://www.holiday-rentals.co.uk/p99074


Casa Nueva is a brand new penthouse apartment set in a beautifully landscaped development bordering on a small Spanish village, where you can find a large swimming pool. The apartment is furnished to the highest standards and is ideal for a relaxing family holiday or golfing break.

Driving times
Murcia airport #8211; 10 minutes
Alicante airport #8211; 55 minutes
Murcia #8211; 25 minutes
Cartegena #8211; 30 minutes
La Manga Club #8211; 30 minutes
Beach#8212;10 minutes





Apartment facilities
#183; Luxurious furnishings for six people
#183; Fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing-machine and microwave
#183; Sky TV
#183; DVD player and DVDs/CDs
#183; Outdoor furniture to both terraces
#183; Air conditioning
#183; High chair and travel cot available
#183; Allocated parking





Development facilities
#183; Extensive green areas
#183; Playground
#183; Swimming pools (under development)
#183; Tennis (under development)
#183; Petanque (under development)
#183; Driving range (under development)


San Cayetano Village
#183; Supermarket
#183; Pharmacy
#183; Bakery
#183; Swimming pool
#183; Market
#183; Tapas bars, restaurant, internet café
#183; Beauty salon
#183; Banks






















Description
This spacious, stylishly furnished penthouse apartment is ideal for a golfing break or a relaxing family holiday.

The 3 bedrooms sleep 6 people, with the possibility of a second lounge if only four people are staying.



From the master bedroom and lounge you have direct access to the extensive private terraces where you can enjoy al fresco dining. The apartment overlooks a small Spanish village and the distant mountain range.

A short stroll into the village will allow you to pick up essential supplies, enjoy a relaxing drink in one of the cafés, sample tapas or enjoy excellent food at a restaurant.



Nearby
The development is ideally situated just a few minutes drive from the sandy beaches of the Mar Menor, which is known as #8216;the world#8217;s biggest swimming pool#8217;. You also have easy access to Regional Parks, watersports, spa resorts, museums and the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the cities of Cartagena and Murcia.

Trains to Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona run from Balsicas, just 4km away.

San Javier has a shopping mall with various food outlets, shops, bowling and a cinema.


The city of Murcia is described as one of the most beautiful and historic in the country.




Location – The Mar Menor is situated just 10mins from the apartment. It is a natural lagoon that has 73km of coastline dotted with beaches and tranquil villages. The waters, which are rich in salt and iodine, are some of the best in the area. There are numerous water sport sites and the lagoon is about 180C all year.

Golf#8212;There are many challenging golf courses within 20 mins drive, including the world famous championship La Manga Club, Villamartin, Las Rambles amp; Campamoor.




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Monarch Butterflies: a Michoacan Miracle


Every year millions of Monarch butterflies migrate south to spend a winter hibernating then reproducing on oyamel pines, cedars, spruces and live oak trees in the high mountains north of Mexico City. After mating, they start their annual return trip to North America.

On a winter trip to Mexico, my husband and I decided that we could not miss this wonder of nature. The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is made up of four sanctuaries. In our rented car, we headed to the small Cerro Pelon Sanctuary in Michoacan.

Rancho San Cayeteno, in the Mexican state of Michoacan, was our luxurious base for visiting the Monarchs in Cerro Pelon. Comfortable rooms are surrounded by expansive grounds planted with flowering trees, attracting a resident vermillion flycatcher and hummingbirds. A well tended rose bed provides cut flowers for guest rooms and a greenhouse grows fresh vegetables for the dinning room. When mornings are warm desayuno, or breakfast, is served on a lovely garden patio. We ate dinner at tables surrounding a large stone fireplace in a brick-walled great room with Spanish colonial furniture and timbered ceiling. A stunning woven tapestry and stained glass window based on an abstract design of Monarch butterflies set the mood of a resort designed to show off the local natural phenomena.

San Cayetano#8217;s Lizette and Pablo Span arrange butterfly tours using a local bi-lingual guide. After a full breakfast of fresh fruit and chilaqueiles, we drove with Marcelo, our guide, up twisting mountain roads, careful to reduce our speed over the frequent Mexican speed bumps, or topes, to the remote village of Macheros. There, a co-op of local villagers had our horses saddled and ready to go. Young men led our horses up the steep, rocky hillside holding rope leads for the inexperienced riders in our train of four horses. For over an hour we swayed in our saddles as our horses picked their way up the dusty trail. At first just a few of the distinctive orange, black and white butterflies appeared soaring overhead. Within a few more minutes of climbing, we saw thousands of Monarchs fluttering their wings against the clear, cerulean sky. A rickety wood slat and wire fence with hand painted signs advised visitors #8220;no tire basura,#8221; or don#8217;t throw trash, announced our entry to the Cerro Pelon Monarch Reserve.

Our horses turned and climbed even higher as the sky revealed many more fluttering Monarchs. At our guide#8217;s direction, we dismounted our horses and started a steeper climb on foot. At 2,800 meters the climbing was slow and breathing labored. However, our effort was immediately forgotten as the breathtaking whisper of fragile wings surrounded us. The soft sound of millions of wings fluttering reminded our guide of falling snow. In the sturdy mountain trees, huge clusters of Monarchs with folded wings weighted down limbs. We passed another hand-scrawled sign warning visitors #8220;silencio.#8221; Immature butterflies, clinging to trees and not ready to fly, would be disturbed by loud noises. If they attempted to fly, they would drop to their deaths by the thousands. We whispered and walked softly.

A flat rock at the edge of the rutted trail made a good seat while we clicked our cameras and quietly #8220;oohed#8221; and #8220;awed,#8221; at the marvelous colors and shear numbers of delicate orange and black wings. White clouds sailed across the sun, the shadows slowing the butterflies flight, but as clouds passed and sun rays returned to warm the trees, swarms of Monarchs now back to flight temperature flitted into the sky again. The bursts of wings lifting and soaring filled the sky and looked like autumn leaves falling on a windy day.

Attached mating Monarchs danced as if the sky were their ballroom. A silhouette of a single soaring butterfly, back-lit by the sun, the orange sharply outlined by black, must have inspired stain glass artists.

Marcelo told us that the Monarchs would land on us if we were wearing white. A couple of us stripped down to our T-shirts and stood as still as possible hoping to be a landing spot. The sensation of a one-half gram, four inch wing spanned insect landing on an arm was such an enchantment that we sat there for over an hour hoping for more. As the afternoon wore on, dark clouds from the east moved in over mountain peaks in our direction. As we finished our packed lunch and began our walk down the mountain, lighting and thunder preceded heavy rain drops which turned to hail. Surprised by this out of season storm, our guides hurried us down the hill. The cold rain followed us all the way back to Macheros. Everyone was soaked and cold, so it was hurried #8220;gracias#8221; all around, with tips for the hard working horse leaders and guide.

Back as Rancho San Cayetano, Mexican hot chocolate, and hot showers warmed us up before a relaxing evening of sharing our stories with others who planned a butterfly tour the next day.

About the Monarchs migration:
The Monarchs#8217; migration from Canada by the multi-millions to mountainous Mexico lasts from the end of October to the middle of March. At spring equinox they start leaving the Mexican mountains and are gone in two weeks. Hibernating during the coldest park of winter, and then mating in early spring, Monarchs return to Texas and lay their eggs on milk weed plants. In all it takes 4 generations, with each life span lasting about one month, for the Monarchs to make it across the USA to Canada for the summer. In mid-September, marked by the fall equinox, the migration to Mexico begins again. The trip to Mexico from Canada is one 8 month life span; the Monarchs making the trip having never been to Mexico before and separated from their migration by several generations. How this migration occurs is one that makes scientists still scratch their heads.

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4th of July at JC Penney – 1001 Ways to Save

  • Extra 10% off all furniture and mattress sale prices from now through Wedn July 4
  • No interest, no payments until January 1, 2009 on purchases of $500 of furniture and mattress through Sunday July 8, 2007 when using the JCPenney card. As always with these type of offers, be sure to read the fineprint!
  • Serta Tobago mattresses starting at $98 each for twin, $143 each for full, or $300 for queen 2-pc set. Other brands advertised Sealy Dutch Tulips, Spring Air Back Supporter Neverturn Ashley springs flush, Serta Perfect Sleeper devin, Hathaway Gold, Spring Air Back Supporter Neverturn Oasis Springs and Sealy posturepedic sweetwater branch ltd gold. Some of these names are longer than the mattresses :-)
  • Bonus home delivery with mail-in rebate of all gold premium sets
  • free removal and set up of new mattress at time of home delivery only, with store purchase and of course restrictions
  • 45-night comfort assurance (translation: satisfaction guarantee). Do read the fineprint
  • Sealy Bed bundle free by mail with purchase of select sealy posturepedic sets. See store for details.

  • Nice looking Soho padded microfiber seude and leather 2-pc sectional with free ottoman $2000
  • Dakota 65″ tv console holds most 60″ TV, $500 (tv not included)
  • Montana 2pc home entertainment center with 76″ tv console $1000 (tv not included)
  • Two more sectionals around $1150-1200 from Tempest Chenille and Eclipse Microfiber Suede
  • But wait there’s more! Ovation 89″ microfiber suede sofa $500, Melody 80″ chenille sofa $600, Harmony 80″ chenile sofa $600, Lyric 84″ mnicrofiber suede sofa $600, Evermore 85″ plaid sofa $600 (if you love plaid), Arcadia 86″ camelback chenille sofa $700
  • McCloud II 84″ double reclining sofa $700
  • Pompano 86″ all leather sofa $900. All Leather!
  • Bristol 89″ all leather sofa $800. All Leather!
  • Ashford leather match 83.5″ double reclining sofa $1000
  • Wellington 86″ leather-match double-reclining sofa $1300
  • 50% off entire stock of recliners after extra 10% off. Do bring a calculator ;-)
  • Virginia II hi-leg recliner two for $600 ($300 each)
  • Harriet II Swivel glider recliner or Grace rocker recliner $400
  • Plum Creek 48″ tv console holds most 42-45″ tvs, $200 (tv not included)
  • Friendship conventional hieght 5-pc dining set which includes table, butterfly leaf and 4 side chairs. (sits up to 8). $400
  • Hampton queen panel bed in mocha with wood rails $400, dresser $549, mirror $250, nightstand $270

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  • Hooker Furniture Wynterhall Leather Sleigh Bedroom Series …

    Hooker Furniture Wynterhall Leather Sleigh Bedroom Series Wynterhall Leather Sleigh Bedroom Set

    Hooker Furniture Wynterhall Leather Sleigh Bedroom Series With its distinctive style features and warm brown finish, the Wynterhall Leather Sleigh Bedroom Set brings the sophistication of Europe straight to your bedroom. Crafted of hardwood solids and cherry veneers, the Wynterhall collection recreates the antique treasures of classic European homes, lending an air of worldliness to your own home. Wynterhall combines the rich beauty and practical function of the very best European traditional styling with superb value in this bedroom set. Features: -Constructed of hardwood solids and cherry veneers -Warm brown finish -Sleigh Bed has leather upholstered headboard -Bed available in Queen, King, and California King sizes -Bachelor Chest has four drawers -Optional Door Dresser has twelve drawers -Box spring required for adequate mattress support -Please Note: Optional Serta Mattress and box spring ships separately from bedroom furniture, and may arrive for delivery on an earlier or later date than bedroom furniture. -Optional box spring available in choice of either standard or low profile height Specifications: -Queen dimensions: 65″ H x 89.5″ W x 66.25″ D -King dimensions: 65″ H x 89.5″ W x 81.75″ D -California King dimensions: 65″ H x 93.5″ W x 82.25″ D -Bachelor Chest Dimensions: 35″ H x 40″ W x 19″ D -Optional Door Dresser Dimensions: 43″ H x 68″ W x 23″ D -Optional Leather Landscape Mirror Dimensions: 42″ H x 56″ W -Standard box spring height: 9″ -Low profile box spring height: 6″ Serta Mattress Features The Perfect Sleeper is the ultimate combination of comfort and value – with the important features you need for an invigorating night’s sleep that affects both your mind and body. Plus, the mattress comes with the exclusive open – flame resistance system, Fireblocker, to keep you and your family safe. Please Note: box spring is not included Good Better Best Firm -2#8221; Hi IFD support foam top upholstery -Comfort fiber quilt -Mattress Height: 8.5″ -Total height wi…
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