Awens to All:
Here is the Crowd of the BC Rivers Day in which is participated:
Here is their Bee Hive Exhibit:
And here is the Streamkeeping Exhibits that I helped out with:
And here is a YouTube of one of their Entertainers singing a Song about Bunk Beds:
On the Saturday of the Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival it was Drenching Downpour Rain so I Chickened Out and did not go.
Then at 5:00pm, the Weather Cleared showing that I should have gone as the Weather Cleared at just the right moment to be able to enjoy the Festival. So due to my own Selfish Aims of Not Getting Drenched Wet from the Rain, I ended up missing that Festival.
But I am going to the Earth Rivers Day Celebration at the Burnaby City Hall which will do to make up for that.
I have been gathering in the Harvests and my Crop of Jerusalem Artichoke is being gathered in and it is a Great Crop:
And here is the Picture of the Last Jerusalem Artichoke Daisy Flower that is Blooming on my Allotment:
Then I was able to scrounge up a Last 9 Jerusalem Artichoke Daisies that I can put into Pressing and Preserving:
I always consider it an Indication that Autumnal Equinox is coming is when the Trees start to Change Color.
Today, I took a couple of Pictures of the Local Trees that have started to Change Color.
Here is a Japanese Maple Bush Changing Color for Autumn:
And here is some Branches of an Oak Tree whose Branches are Changing Color:
This indicates that it is Time to start figuring out what you are going to do to Celebrate Autumnal Equinox.
I just checked and found that the Moon Festival is being held next Saturday:
Looks like a Perfect Way to Celebrate Autumnal Equinox!
This Wednesday is Autumnal Equinox and it is time to start Celebrating it.
One of the First Things you do to Celebrate Autumnal Equinox is to bring in the Harvest.
Here is my Allotment after my Jerusalem Artichoke and Corn have been Harvested:
And here is my Crop of Jerusalem Artichoke which I Donated to the BVS Buddhist Temple:
On Wednesday itself, I am not sure what I am going to do after Work to Celebrate it.
What does others have Planned to Celebrate Autumnal Equinox?
You always know the right thing to say.
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Awens to All:
Actually, it was not until this year that I found out that the Japanese have a Autumnal Equinox Celebration that they call 'Shunbun no Hi'.
Here is a YouTube of a Shunbun Omikoshi:
Looks as though there is going to be No Rain for the next couple of Weeks.
So if there is No Rain, then the Camp Fire Bans will stay in effect so I won't be able to have a Camp Fire during my Weekend Camping Trip.
It is now in September and it is time to start Planning on what to do to Celebrate Autumnal Equinox.
It looks as though it will be taking place on a Weekend, so I think I will be going off to do a Spot of Camping in around Harrison Hot Springs during that Weekend.
Here are some Pictures of my 2014 Autumnal Equinox Camping -