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Category Archives: Gardening
Week 1 So many times I’ve tried to keep a garden journal and have failed miserably. This year I thought I’d take a different approach. A photo journal. What do you think? So, just a couple of days after planting … Continue reading
We’ve had such a beautiful run of spring days that I’m not getting much quilting/sewing done, because, as usual, yard work is so much fun in the spring. Hard, but fun. Considering there was a freeze last night, today has … Continue reading
in Northern Michigan. to fall. It’s that time of year to cut back and clean up. everywhere. That includes cutting back the ever producing Green Zebras and finishing them off. We were totally shocked and surprised that it stood up … Continue reading
Get your skillet smoking hot and add a twirl of olive oil. Sprinkle in some cayenne pepper flakes, cook just until your eyes start to burn or if you remembered to turn on the vent fan until the air is spicy. … Continue reading
I am sure I was a pioneer. I may have even lived in a little house on the prairie. Oh, how I had a special connection to that book, as a child. They could do and make anything and were … Continue reading
So last week, Peter was reclaiming what Mother Nature was thinking was hers. Our house to the left. This is actually taken at an angle and is our neighbor’s overgrown *out back*. And a wintry view from out deck. (Hi, … Continue reading
Been traveling since last Thursday and just got in a couple of hours ago. SO what did I get accomplished since last week??? Not blogging, obviously… I know, I know…. I’ve been talking about this for weeks, but remember, I’m … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when the Farmer’s Markets are overflowing with everything under the sun. Most of the time we go just for something to do, interesting farmers to talk to, bustling shoppers with their cool shopping baskets and … Continue reading
Start your day, early, at the Farmer’s Market choose a beautiful variety of heirloom tomatoes. Include some of your own, if you have them. The Green Zebra, on the right, is from our deck. After cubing your tomatoes heavily douse … Continue reading