The process of beekeeping has been an educational and rewarding experience to date. We suit up and check the hives weekly, inspecting the colony for signs of reproduction, pests and honey.
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This Sunday, we threw our bikes in the van and took a road trip north to the beautiful and historic town of Jim Thorpe in the Lehigh Gorge.
I rarely post anything personal but as I sit here tonight I am overwhelmed by a feeling of gratitude. Life is not meant to be easy and I have had my share of hardships but I can honestly say I feel like one very lucky guy.
Presented with tickets to attend the first 76ers playoff game, our basketball-loving residents piled into our beloved “hooptie” and began our trek down to the big city.
Our extensive raised bed gardens offer a rewarding opportunity for our men to learn about agriculture, and to complement this facet of our programming, we recently became the proud new guardians of two beehives!
The guys began the exciting next steps of their legacy project. Using both grit and determination, they spent days cutting walking and running trails through dense foliage.
We encourage residents to use music in their recovery to help reduce stress, open communication, distract from uncomfortable symptoms, and elevate feelings of well-being.
This past weekend the guys ventured out for their first shore trip of the year. It was a beautiful day at the beach.
The "Zen "Garden" is just one of the highlights visitors will find when they come to the Manor.
Tight Lines!! The guys caught a bunch of fish over the weekend.