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Growing By Leaps and Bounds

It is hard to believe that there were still patches of snow in my garden only three weeks ago. In the weeks since, we have had warm weather and sunshine, and plants have been growing by leaps and bounds. 295 more words

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Ice Out!

May brought the true arrival of spring in Maine. On May 1, the last of the ice and snow banks disappeared from my garden. By Friday morning, the mountain of snow by my front porch had dwindled to this… 148 more words

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Penguins live someplace colder than Minnesota

Why do they do it?

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Birds

Everybody's City by Ivan Gavrilov

National stage III prize: Residential Function in Cold Climate – Astana post-EXPO development competition

Competition by ISOVER // Saint-Gobain

Architecture

A Welcome Bloom: GBBD, April 2015

I am a day late posting for bloom day because I just got home yesterday after a week and a half away. What a difference ten days can make at this time of year! 193 more words

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New Growth!

It’s no joke! I have new growth showing in my garden. Although there are still some large snow piles in parts of the garden, like the north-facing deck border. 124 more words

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An Inside Look - The Sonoma Coast- Cold Climate Winemaking

The Sonoma Coast is the largest winemaking Appellation in Sonoma County. Out of the major appellations of Sonoma county however, it has the least planted acres of vineyards. 1,217 more words

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