Plastic Owl, Waiting for Its own Kind
Crazy! Welcome to the new Okanagan.
When the fog and the frost roll in and the snow crunches underfoot and the air nips at the fingers and the toes freeze in the boots, it’s time to go pruning […]
Commercial tomato field. December 5. Tomatoes from my garden. December 5. Joy! (Note: I picked these tomatoes on Hallowe’en.)
You can see why Adam just had to bite. Transparents, Second Picking (in my milk pail) The greatest contribution of Russia to world civilization. The name comes from the transparent skin, […]
I spoke about the non-wage economy yesterday, and how it operated by trading work for the opportunity to do more work, rather than cashing out on work produced. Such an economy draws […]
I pruned the apple trees … … and the cherry trees …The work was joyous. I did it in between stints as writer in residence at the library. Morning: pruning; afternoon: editing. […]
Large … … and small. I planted these flowers a year ago, to remember ones I had thirty years before that, and to keep that time alive, and the link, through […]
Yellow Cabbage White in the Forsythia My Father-in-Law Gave me 3 Years Ago Thanks, Corky!
It’s about imagining what might be there, behind the anti-deer netting. Why Bother? I dunno. Check out the beautiful ground cover, too. If you’re wondering what that stuff is, apart from the […]