Obviously, coronavirus is not a good thing. It’s not something any of us want to see, and yet it is the opportunity we get to learn from. How can we use this to reflect on our living? Will the challenge cause us to sink into apathy or choose to do things that matter?
Probably fewer people will be travelling this year. Vacation time is being used for the Stay AT Home Order. Even when the virus is gone, people will probably be less likely to travel, until the virus is more understood and also contained.
Progressive Minneapolis homeowners will start looking for ways to improve their property. The economy will certainly be a deciding factor for what is done, and how much is done. There’s no doubt about it. When you’re driven to stay home more, you look for ways to enjoy your home more. Some people call it a “Staycation”.
Below are some photos of ponds built by Minnesota Waterscapes. Be inspired! Be forward thinking. Do something that matters like go outside, spend time with those you love, and see the beauty in nature. We will find a new pattern, and we will survive!
By Becky Chudek- lead horticulturist for Minnesota Waterscapes
Jeff Chudek has been building ponds and waterfalls professionally since 2005. As a kid, his favorite time of year was spring, because the spring thaw created so much mud and puddles, and all the trees and plants were waking up. He loves figuring out the best way to use something, and fixing things that are broken. He's good at coming up with ideas, and helping choose the best idea for you.