What Flower is This?

April 15, 2014  |  blog

I could tell you where we are now with another establishing shot of the trailer, but I don’t want to post a trailer shot 2 days in a row. So pictured above is a pretty flower we saw on our hike down to the ocean in Big Sur.

Dinner Last Night:
Roasted Cauliflower and Mustard-Hummus Rice Bowl with Garlicky Spinach. There wasn’t any organic cauliflower at the market so I made this with broccoli and our favorite hummus minus the cumin (no need to do it in steps like the recipe says, I just blend it all at once). The mix of the mustard and hummus with the rice and veggies was really tasty!

2014 Cost of Camping:
20 night paid camping
84 nights free camping
104 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $605
Daily average cost of camping: $5.81

 

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7 Comments


  1. Columbine

  2. I believe the flower is Columbine. Very pretty!

  3. Add a third vote for the columbine, which I believe is Colorado’s state flower.

    I am anxious to try that rice bowl you posted…sounds yummy! :)

  4. I can’t help with the flower identity but I am thrilled you liked the hummus-mustard combo as much as us. :)

  5. It is a columbine… of course they grow wild but you can sure plant them and they come up again and again in the right spot. Had them in the yard in California coastal area…

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