Tagged: McConnell Arboretum and Gardens

“Other holidays repose on the past. Arbor Day proposes the future.” – J. Sterling Morton – Founder of Arbor Day in 1872.

“Can I run out to the trees?” my 9-year old asks me on a regular if not daily basis. I almost always say yes. By “trees” my child is talking about a row of adolescent sycamores planted in a graceful curve as your enter our neighborhood. With their milky white …

I thoroughly enjoy Turtle Bay, the Sundial Bridge and our amazing Sacramento River Trail. But often in the heat of the summer, after a walk from the museum through the arboretum, I feel like I need aloe, a respirator and IV fluids. Now there’s a better way to enjoy our community’s natural treasures without sun stroke, lack of oxygen and dehydration: Sit back, relax and let Bob Frost do the work.
Bob has introduced the pedicab, a rickshaw for the 21st-century …