Monthly Archives: July 2010

Buddy the puppy and other tails…

As I’ve said before having Buddy Puppy in the house is just like having a toddler under foot. He is fun, but can be trying. We have learned that nothing is safe and spend a lot of time hunting for missing … Continue reading

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Let the gorging commence…

Early in the gardening season we had asparagus to eat and now  more vegetables are coming our way.    Maybe we will not be gorging, but it makes us hopeful for the future. The cutting board was made by N and … Continue reading

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We are growing…slowly…

With days in the 70s and nights in the 50s things are growing…but very slowly…                   Our flowers are doing better then our vegatables…                  We continue to have hope … Continue reading

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A puppy in the house…

Before I get into this subject, let me assure anyone reading this who has a toddler at home that I am in no way trying to compare Buddy the puppy to your children or to anyone’s children. I’m only pointing … Continue reading

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OMG…It’s cold here…

When I got up at 5:30am, more on why 5:30 later, this morning it was 40 degrees. It is now 10:00am and only 59 degrees and while working in the yard this morning I had on a long sleeve t-shirt and a … Continue reading

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So you say it’s hot out there…

We have been watching news stories of the “heat in the east” and the triple digit temperatures that those in the east are having to put up with along with the high humidity. For gardeners in the east this is a … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July…

The pictures below,and the one above, are from my new camera and were taken from our backyard. this is the City of Lead fireworks show which was listed in the top ten to see by Fox News.   It really is … Continue reading

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