A Rite of Spring

Way back, when those lovely spring days seemed to last forever, one simple pleasure in our garden was to pull out a stalk or two of this beautiful vegetable, called rhubarb. We'd dip its end in a handful of sugar and munch away enjoying the lovely combination of tart, sweet and crunch. I suppose it is this nostalgic fondness …

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Auction Action

Last week during coffee conversation with a DF, I learned that there was going to be an auction sale where she was volunteered to be a "spotter".  On Saturday,  I dragged another DF along with me to what I think of as "an old-time-country auction". We arrived early  at the rural location to have a …

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Spring Decorating

We have had record amounts of rainfall so far this spring, and cool temperatures. Together these have given us the most beautiful burst of spring flowers ever. Scilla and wild violets were first, followed a few weeks ago by daffodils. I took photos of some over a week ago: The daffodils are mostly done but not before a …

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