Tag Archives: fall

fall clean-up

Fall has its own version of “spring [sic] cleaning.”  The gardens, both edible and aesthetic, are winding down.  They are always happier in the spring with a little prep in the fall. The question is: does all the fall clean-up … Continue reading

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epic fall gardening

It’s the equinox, first day of fall.  Looks like it outside.  The leaves have really started to change the past few days.  It’s amazing what a week can do for the landscape. I made enormous progress on both gardening fronts–landscaping … Continue reading

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fall approaches

Signs of fall.  A few leaves have started to turn.  The air is crisper and cooler (especially at night).  And the coyotes have been busy the past few nights–yipping and howling anywhere from dusk ’til dawn.  They have been so … Continue reading

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full moon and friends

I was in the mud room around 9:15 pm last night puttering around–opening and closing stuff, making noise.  I started hearing something outside.  It almost sounded like a car alarm.  That seemed pretty strange given that we’re in a suburban/rural … Continue reading

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ch-ch-ch-changes

Cornell started classes last week and the public schools are starting either this or early next week.  And somehow it’s already September (!?).  Strangely the sudden change in the air that usually happens just about now hit in early August. … Continue reading

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