Monthly Archives: May 2010

We’re all getting older

Aging has been on my mind a lot these days.   Not necessarily my own aging.   I’m only 42, but more about that later.   I had dinner with an old boyfriend last week.  His father has had a valve … Continue reading

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Wildflower Garden Pictures, 5/23/2010

It’s close to 90 degrees fahrenheit today and I got out and watered all the new plants using rain barrel water and two watering cans before it got too crazy.  The older plants are all growing well and blue false … Continue reading

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Finally, a use for fig vinegar

A while ago when I was visiting Gaile, we both bought some fig vinegar in the Willamette Valley.  I blogged about that along with my other spoils from the trip, but until this morning I hadn’t gotten around to using … Continue reading

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Garden Notes and more, mid to late May

I’ve been away  from the computer lately.  This past weekend, we had a 27 mile kayak trip down the Wisconsin River from the Hwy 23 bridge near Spring Green to Port Andrew.  I was really glad to get out.  Lots … Continue reading

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