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Nature's Details

“The beauty of the natural world lies in the details.”

~Natalie Angier (1958- ) author and Pulitzer-prize winning science columnist for the New York Times… 27 more words


Save your winter squash (at least for a while)

Have you ever noticed how long winter squash keep? Have you ever wondered what’s going on inside their colorful shells during storage? The answer is a lot. 67 more words


Bag that Green Tomato

The sweet taste of summer was alive and well in our house this week. It’s November and we have no business eating fresh heirloom tomatoes, but there they were bright, shining and sweet. 195 more words


It is quinoa

My Zebulon sunflowers are done blooming and the seeds are very ripe. This is attracting birds who are eating the seeds. So to protect my sunflower crop I made hoods out of some old cloth and wrapped the heads. 93 more words


de-deluding maya and the non dual nothingness in the process of accomplishing

We have to make an important point here since misinterpretations still impact the non dual crowd. It stems from the wrongly interpreted idea of Maya. 377 more words

Day 118: Greening

Today is a greening day. A day for sitting back and watching the fullness arrive. A day for the beginning of ripeness, when the sap sings as it travels, and the roar of fruit coming can be heard. 27 more words

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