Recycled Minds is Back in Action!

We're back! After a two week break, your favorite bloggers will be up and running with some inspired posting and fresh ideas on where to take the Recycle Minds site. And what were we doing the last two weeks? We had a meeting in Philadelphia for a Beercation (check out my report on that over at Brews of Our Lives) and some catching up with friends and family before embarking on another fall of busy-ness. We drank voluminous amounts of good beer, ate a ton of delicious food, had great conversations late into the nights, all while generating our fair share of fun and mischief in and around the city.

One spot that we stumbled upon was Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, an amazing wonderland of mosaic art and architecture created by Philly's own Isaiah Zagar. We were there for Family Day, which made it that much more fun, with live music, capoeira performances, and kids running around in joy. We caught a slice of our visit on film - check it out:



Stay tuned for articles, links, and more here at Recycled Minds - thanks for reading (and watching)!!
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3 comments:

  1. Welcome back! Gee, I am sure I have never seen a place so extensive like that before.

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  2. Anonymous12:44 AM

    hi every person,

    I identified recycledminds.blogspot.com after previous months and I'm very excited much to commence participating. I are basically lurking for the last month but figured I would be joining and sign up.

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  3. dooglas9:05 PM

    Hi Anonymous,

    We always welcome short articles, ideas, or other items from our readers and our friends.

    Send us an email at recycledmindsATgmail.com and let us know what you have in mind.

    Thanks!

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