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the morning after

Last night the low temperature on our weather station said 21°F. Not much chance of the apricot blossoms making it through that, even with the covering of woven fabric I wrapped around the little tree. 186 more words

Fruit Trees

Cumquat crazy (or what to do with fruit you grow and don't actually eat)

Part of our journey to simple living has been about using what we have and by spending money on only on the things we need. 368 more words

Cooking

From Under the Apple Tree

Spring: a merrily tumultuous time of year, full of strange stirrings and mystical changes. A time when the earth’s sap rises and I, like an over-anxious handmaid, attempt to prepare her for respectability. 226 more words

From The Notebook

cover up

The past week has been nasty, cold, windy. Tonight’s low is forecast to be 30° F, tomorrow 29°. And as I walked outside this evening I looked up and saw blossoms on our young apricot tree. 173 more words

Fruit Trees

New Zia Group Listing! | 617 Inwood Drive | $775,000

Conveniently located midway between Santa Barbara and Goleta sits this beautifully updated home on over ¼ acre, recently listed by Jon Gilkeson of The Zia Group. 569 more words

Zia Group Listings

Apple blossoms update

After last week’s super cold spring weather of 20°F at night and then the snow (hey it least it was warmer) I’m happy to say that not all the apple blossoms died. 51 more words

FRUIT

Fruit Tree Update!

So I thought I’d show how my new fruit trees are doing as I took a picture of each of them when we were out yesterday. 333 more words

Homesteading