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December in Wedgwood: Hunter Tree Farm

William O. Hunter and his wife Carol met at Shelton High School in rural Mason County, Washington, where William’s father had a dairy farm.  William and Carol married in 1948 and they began taking the farmland into the next-generation of business development by growing and selling evergreen Christmas trees. 687 more words

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What Would You Stuff In My Stocking?

I didn’t want to leave you without a Christmas post tonight, Modern Philosophers, so I wanted to share this new photo with you.

I hung my Christmas stocking at my desk today, and I thought it would be fun to ask you what you would put in my stocking if you were Santa Claus. 212 more words

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Festive Open Studios Weekend, 6 & 7 December 2014


We hope you can join our seasonal celebrations as once again we are holding our annual Festive Open Weekend this coming Saturday and Sunday,
6 & 7 December, 11 am to 5 pm. 24 more words

Exhibitions

Snow Miser Asks Santa Claus For A Bigger, Better Snow Maker

Bad news from The North Pole, Modern Philosophers.

My archenemy, Snow Miser, has written his annual letter to Santa Claus, and requested a bigger and better snow maker. 741 more words

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Wow! You're remarkably interesting fellow Modern Philosopher. And this BlizzardMak 7K, sounds really scary, doesn't it?

Thanks for letting me know for the first time Santa has a younger brother called Fred Claus :).

You surely rock, Modern Philosopher! What are your thoughts other Modern Philosophers about Modern Philosopher Snr?

Samhain

There are just a few days in the calendar where the date dictates the activity. October 31st is one of these for me – I will be carving a pumpkin. 790 more words

Trees

Literature and Halloween Costumes

My personal preference for Halloween costumes are literature-inspired ones.  (Are you surprised?  I didn’t think so…)  Happily, Strawberry chose to be Little Red Riding Hood this year, a choice I definitely approved of.   268 more words

31 Days

My garden in October

Harvesting Jerusalem artichokes, cooking apples, one solitary cob of sweetcorn, chilis, a little kale and lots of seed saving

Planting I am just about to plant out some daffodil and tulip bulbs lining the path to my front door. 445 more words