In retrospect, perhaps it was a little anti-social.
Fall becomes spring in the heartland of this city I live on the grassy edge of. Let’s go for a tour. Note the good work with the leaf blower. Non-living environments take […]
You just need pots. Here are my father’s early potatoes. Because they like heat. Because he’s not 20 years old anymore. Because he has figured out that planting potatoes in compost allows him […]
Last night it snowed. This morning it melted and all that water went away. Well, not entirely. Mullein, 1 pm Last night’s snow has turned to sleet, caught by the hairs on […]
A lot of art takes place out of doors. Here, for example, is a lovely spring ritual that can colour up even the windiest day: Springtime Apple Heave Ho Spartans and Granny […]