Monthly Archives: July 2018

Product Review

I don’t know about you, but I get excited when I find a product that really exceeds my expectations. Lots of things do what they say, but some just go a little further. I’ve already gone on and on about … Continue reading

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Berries

I’ve been growing berries for about ten years now. I’m not an expert, but maybe could be called experienced. We inherited two high bush blueberry bushes that were very large and highly productive for about five years. Then they stopped … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I am a sucker for a barn door or any kind of door that is hung like a barn door. It calls to my ‘Yankee’ spirit, and I’m always intrigued not only by the door but the hardware. So, when … Continue reading

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Let’s catch up

I owe you some follow ups to close out several conversations we’ve had in past posts. Big pharma –¬†Without describing my medical issues in detail on the world wide web, I want to clarify that the two prescriptions I was … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Let’s spend this Thursday in the small town of Bath, New Hampshire, named after William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath, an English Whig politician. It was incorporated in 1761 when equal shares of land was set aside for 68 families … Continue reading

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Gardening in the heat

We have just closed out a week of high temps and humidity resulting in ‘feels’ like >100 degrees Fahrenheit. The amount of gardening done here was minimal, which translated means the only time I ventured outside was to water or … Continue reading

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Animals

I’ve been an animal lover all my life.¬†Over the years, I’ve had birds, cats, chickens, cows, dogs, ducks, goats, horses (full size and miniature), pigs, and rabbits as part of my extended family. Food, housing, love, and poop clean up … Continue reading

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