Monthly Archives: April 2010

Spring is a busy time in the garden

Here is what is growing in my coastal southern California vegetable garden so far in 2010. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday for Gardeners, April 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday is when bloggers post photos without words. I can’t resist adding at least a caption. I’m hosting a Wordless Wednesday for Gardeners. Stop by and take a peek. Continue reading

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Earth Day and a birding trip to the Eastern Sierras

My husband and I took a trip to the Eastern Sierras with our local Audubon group. Here are photos and from the trip, including greater sage grouse at their mating lek. Continue reading

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Earthquakes, volcanos and food security

Earthquakes, volcanos and climate change are some of the things that could affect food supply. Growing a home vegetable garden is a good hedge against food shortages. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, April 19, 2010

On Harvest Monday, gardening bloggers report how much produce they harvested in the prior week. Continue reading

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This is the day for the 10,000th visitor

My blog should get its 10,000th hit today. Are you it? Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday for Gardeners on Friday April 16, 2010

Host site for Wordless Wednesday for Gardeners, where people link to their own blogs with photos without explanations. Continue reading

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