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Another awesome Spring Tonic - #3 - at Crack In The Sidewalk Farmlet was enjoyed last night.  As usual a scrumptious meal and drinks - farm-to-table - some of it foraged; all local grown or raised - four fantastic chefs - two amazing mixologists - and a vol...
Another awesome Spring Tonic - #3 - at Crack In The Sidewalk Farmlet was enjoyed last night.  As usual a scrumptious meal and drinks - farm-to-table - some of it foraged; all local grown or raised - four fantastic chefs - two...
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So where in the world did the last year disappear to?  Beats me and I won't even try to explain my absence.  Many new and wonderful adventures happened though.  In June, 2014 I became acquainted with Isagenix  and that has completely changed my life for the...
So where in the world did the last year disappear to?  Beats me and I won't even try to explain my absence.  Many new and wonderful adventures happened though.  In June, 2014 I became acquainted with Isagenix and that has com...
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It's a bright beautiful day today on Earth Day and as promised, I took some pictures of my backyard garden today.  We used vintage windows that had been removed from a craftsman style home, fastened them together with flat brackets, and put stakes at each s...
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Work of Art from a Bald-Faced Hornet
 According to Wickipedia, the bald-faced hornet actually belongs to a genus of yellowjackets in North America, but unlike many congeners it lacks yellow coloring.    Instead, it is called a hornet in the American sense of a wasp that builds paper nests.  It...
 According to Wickipedia, the bald-faced hornet actually belongs to a genus of yellowjackets in North America, but unlike many congeners it lacks yellow coloring.   Instead, it is called a hornet in the American sense of a wa...
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