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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I knew that gardening in the middle of the temperate rain forest would have its challenges; especially given that we back on to a forest. However, I underestimated the extent to which the local bears, raccoons, skunks, squirrels and crows … Continue reading
We were lucky enough to enjoy some of personal chef James A. Groot’s* superb fare last month at the Sustainable Food Expo. My oldest, after going back for fourths (sorry James!) of some amazing beets and beet greens, looked at … Continue reading
I got a nice surprise the other day; here my oldest is holding a little beauty that appeared after some generous, guilt-driven watering: I had noticed recently that my potatoes were looking really rough and just assumed that I had … Continue reading