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Thursday Doors

I’m a barn fan. What can I say except that my grandparents had a barn, we built a barn in the midwest, and we have a barn in NH. I love barns. So, when I visited my friend, Sue, at … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I’m smiling as I post this historical door not just because it is a handsome door but because of how it came to me. It came from my friend, Marilyn, who lives in Michigan. She taught in Connecticut for many … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Garage doors. There’s normally nothing too fancy about them. The story is usually what’s behind them. Does your pulse quicken at the sight of four plus garage bays and a space above? Mine does. Cars plus room for diy projects, … Continue reading

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July

Hot, hot, hot – it was hot this weekend. There were no outside activities except for watering and picking raspberries. There was a lot of keeping the shades drawn and finding inside projects to keep busy. Thursday night I did … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Yesterday, I made a stop at Rolling Green Nursery in Greenland, NH. It is a first-class nursery with an amazing assortment of plants, great customer service, and I got door lucky. I must admit the huge bicycle caught my eye … Continue reading

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Dirty fingernails

and a big smile on my face. 😎 We’ve had several nice days which allowed me to work in my own gardens as well as on two MG projects. The MGs installed a native plant butterfly garden which was registered … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Yesterday, I went north with a friend to Warner, NH. We were picking up native plants for a Master Gardener project. Warner is a small town with a population around 3,000 and a charming one-block downtown area. We traveled back roads … Continue reading

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