Month: June 2008

Let there be Berries.

Perhaps you remember this early spring activity…. Mulching 350 blueberry bushes. Well all that work had paid off handsomely. The bushes are bursting. There are so many berries the new, pliable branches can’t even support them, so our high bush blueberries are pretty droopy.… Continue Reading “Let there be Berries.”

C’est la Vie!!

Look who rode by our house today. The Tour of Pennsylvania went right by our house. This is a race from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. All the riders are young men between the ages of 18 and 24, some of who may go on to… Continue Reading “C’est la Vie!!”

I’m back

Well, we took a 2 week vacation and I didn’t take one picture. Now that we are back it has taken us nearly 2 weeks to tame the yard and gardens again. And I will never believe the English gardening lady who wrote that… Continue Reading “I’m back”


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