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March 31; planting seeds

Jeez, we’ve lots to do. Johnny’s seeds (my favorite supplier) just announced they only have enough seeds left for commercial growers. That includes me, but I ordered early. So now check with all the suppliers you can find on google, … Continue reading

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March 30 — another hard day

So the deal with gardening is that it keeps you sane. It takes you out, away from the news. Where I am (Rhode Island) the outdoor world is cold, wet, and unforgiving right now, but that’s about to change. The … Continue reading

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This damn…

…blog-making machine of mine called “Word Press” has a nasty way of putting  everything I write atop everything else I’ve posted, so if I publish something new it goes on top, not the bottom — the way newspapers, books, and … Continue reading

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Getting there

Alright, two ways to go from here: One is to stay out in the garden and keep going, adding rows, adding seeds and seedlings and so on as the weeks and months amble by — and that works:  seeds from … Continue reading

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We’re back — just in time.

DAMNITALL, it’s been too long, but now the world is in a bit of a pinch.  We need what were called “Victory Gardens,” in WWII — to self-sustain family and friends with food from your own yard. And to cheer … Continue reading

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Navajo chant (ancient)

Today I will walk out, today everything unnecessary will leave me, I will be as I was before, I will have a cool breeze over my body. I will have a light body, I will be happy forever, nothing will … Continue reading

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