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Bottling the Light

It’s just short of two months since I last posted and it feels much, much longer than that.  So many things keep happening.  For a while, we seemed suspended between summer and fall, with cooler temperatures and green trees.  Then, … Continue reading

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Ah, the Joys of Thanksgiving Weekend

I must say, Thanksgiving weekend was fabulous. A good dinner with friends; sleeping in; getting my 40 year old recipe book reorganized and the new recipes that had been stuffed in the front or back put on pages and inserted … Continue reading

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Fall Cleanup–In Stages

I have a lot of work to do in the garden. We had a hard frost on Friday and I did not go beforehand to get the last of the peppers and tomatoes. Ah well. I did get in there … Continue reading

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Putting the Gardens to Bed for Winter

Yesterday was “put the gardens to bed for winter” day. I know, I’ve been talking about this for a while, but with my own garden and the two Plot Against Hunger Gardens to tuck in, I needed either several weekends … Continue reading

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Slow Fall

We are having an extended and beautiful autumn.  The world just seems to be glowing. Even at dusk the trees–turned all manner of colors–seem to be throwing off light. Everywhere I turn there’s some beautiful tree or burning bush.  I’m … Continue reading

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