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Keepsake Details to Save and Why They Matters

An old man walks into a dimly lit bar along the harbor. The year is 1931, he is tired and sun drenched from his time at sea. 665 more words

Warp and Weft

Spring is temporarily on hold, veggies are hiding in the hoop tunnels, the world is going crazy, and I am hard-pressed to find anything inspiring to write about. 757 more words


Welcome to the Garden

Last week I told you that my first homesteading step at our new home was to put in a vegetable garden. This time I’d like to go into more detail regarding what I’m doing, as well as the usual assortment of how’s and why’s. 1,669 more words

Gardening And Outdoor

Pappy the Killjoy and my Tomato Issues

Here are my baby tomatoes

And here are the new seed varieties planted just yesterday

And here are the extra hybrids that I couldn’t bear to thin because they germinated so well and because they’re Park’s Celebrity for goodness sakes! 452 more words

Vegetable Garden


Heirloom – The Haunt Brighton

– 14th April 2018



So it is spring time, I have been busy.

I finally got my tiller up and going. I blew the motor up in the fall. 314 more words