June has been a month of sand, sea, shells and fun in the sun at the beach. We’ve had a great time learning more about our sandy, shingled and cliff topped shores and we hope you have too, in our Green Bean Challenge:
There’s been a blog post every day! That’s quite an achievement for mummy beans, I’m not sure I’ll manage to keep up the pace this month, as I have a few projects with my mystery writing on the go; we’ll have to wait and see.
We’ve had some great guest posts and heard all about Californian shores from Margot Kinberg and we were invited to a Hawaiian beach clean with Cindy Parrett. Both made me very envious of their wonderful sandy beaches, of which there are very few near us. We took you to our local beach last week and I shared with you some of the birds that can be spotted along the south coast of England.
Some endangered creatures were discovered and even some fairly common ones were found to be threatened, so it’s made us rethink what fish we eat and we’ll continue to endeavour to make sure our food is responsibly farmed and sourced. We found some tasty recipes for big beans and little beans and we had some great ideas for seaside games that can be played at home.
The sea has so much to offer us and we’ve had a great time exploring the beach. Next month we hope the fun continues with What’s The Buzz About The Bees? I still haven’t found any expert beans yet so if you’d like to contribute a post all about bee keeping or if you have an interesting bee keeping tale to tell, do get in touch.