Monthly Archives: January 2015

Q-tips

These little babies are covered with warnings never to put them in your ears lest they pop an eardrum and Tanzania ends up invading Oregon. So why do we buy them?  Yup, of course. Advertisements

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Teaspoons…

once were placed neatly on the saucer after stirring your coffee or tea, back when we had cups and saucers. Now what do we have? Mugs. Big clunky mugs, which may spell the end of civilized sipping. And where do … Continue reading

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Football

is a lovely alternative to politics.

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A little frozen fog between our place and Quicksand Pond

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Stone walls, with Jana walking Luke down to Quicksand Pond

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Winter squash supremo

Thick-skinned winter squashes, such as Hubbard and Butternut, are enormously tasty and healthful — a treat for the winter kitchen if ever there was one. BUT they also have a rind that could probably stop bullets. It certainly stops cooks … Continue reading

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Reddy Fox doing take-out from my winter garden

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