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Posts Tagged ‘garden’

Road Trip Knitting 2

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

My road trip knitting project for this weekend will be Lady Gansey from Wanderlust, in Knitpicks Wool of the Andes, colorway Mai Tai Heather. It’s very nice to knit with such a pleasant feeling and cooperative yarn, and the pattern is knitted in one piece, mostly in stockinette. It should be perfect. Also perfect, flowers […]

Nursery Trip

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

  #1 daughter and I met for our weekly business meeting yesterday. We have been going to downtown bistros with vegetable-heavy brunches, but I have noticed that she doesn’t eat much at those places. I mentioned it and she shook her head. “I hate healthy food in the morning,” she admitted. I like healthy food […]

Garden Failure

Monday, August 13th, 2012

Here’s our one tomato. We planted several plants and had lots of flowers, but it was too hot for fruit to set. The few tomatoes that started were eaten by birds before they could ripen. All we have to show this year is one big tomato, hidden deeply enough in the foliage that it hasn’t […]

Bunny in the Garden

Monday, July 10th, 2006

Look who is hanging out at the edge of my patio. You are thinking how cute this little bunny is. He is not cute. Nor are all his brothers and sisters back home in the field behind my house. The reason they are not cute is that they are here to despoil my garden. I […]

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