Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Princess and the Guild

Tweet Tweet Here is the famous Princess standing on the outside ring of one of the two guilds I am starting near the front corner of our property. The box she appears to be looking at has dirt, compost, and … Continue reading

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Evening visitors

Tweet Tweet Our backyard has a deer path, that runs behind the garden. Of course, they do wander into the yard, to munch on hostas and other tasty plants. The fence around the garden keeps them away from our tasty … Continue reading

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A houseplant and a radio

Tweet Tweet While the title may be very mysterious, it has very deep meanings, once you understand the pieces. The houseplant belonged to my mother, who died 25 years ago. Up until today, my brother had the plant and carefully … Continue reading

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Munchkin time

Tweet Tweet Munchkins (otherwise known as grandchildren) are spending the night while their parents are out of town. 2 1/2 years ago, I took an offer from work to relocate back to Minnesota, to the same area we left about 4 years ago. The primary reason … Continue reading

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Change in plans

Tweet Tweet Forgot that my wife is taking our oldest daughter to horseback riding tonight. Our daughter has been riding for 14 years in a therapeutic horseback riding program called Mounted Eagles. http://www.mountedeagles.org/ My wife has supper with our daughter, takes … Continue reading

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IPhone test post

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Drying a monster squash

Tweet Tweet The squash is the largest one remaining, and after discussing possible uses for dried squash with my wife, I decided to use the food processor to cut the squash into chips. After cutting the squash in half, and … Continue reading

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Squash from garden

Tweet Tweet Here are a few of the squash from my garden. The off-white ones are an Italian zucchini type squash called Lungo Bianco (large white). You can see from the picture, they can get very large. I have processed … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Tweet Tweet Working on getting this blog site up and running, and interfaced with other social networking media. Stay tuned for more updates. Digg this postRecommend on FacebookShare on Linkedinshare via RedditShare with StumblersTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on … Continue reading

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