The other day we were out gardening, as we do.  After some weed wacking and machete work I decided to start chopping my way down to the bottom of our land, figuring that using our neighbor’s fence as a guide might be a good idea (the terrain also seems to follow a constant and visible slope along the fence).  After about 15 minutes of hard work (and not so much progress), Nick wisely suggested that perhaps we should just barrel our way down there to see if we really WANT a path down.  Smart man my Nick.  So, both armed with machetes, we followed the fence down, wacking at weeds and vines if and when neccessary.  Very quickly, the house almost but disppeared from view (the hill is quite steep) and the growth became more jungle like (lots of vines, ferns and succullents).  We made it all the way down to the bottom of our property.   We decided to hold off on blazing a trail down there for now… 

However, I did notice some little plants that I think might be baby palms and suggested that perhaps we might dig them up for transplanting up around the house.  So, today we headed back down to check out the potential for project plant relocation.  We also decided to try to reach our closest King Palm.  However, this gorgeous tree remains unchartered territory for us, as the steep and overgrown terrain got the better of us and we decided to turn back.  We will, of course, try again.