Monthly Archives: June 2020

Each Flower Has Its Own Strategy

We are well into summer, though we’ve yet to feel much warmth. It’s still chilly at night, and it’s only on sunny days that it feels warm. It’s been warm enough for at least one thimble berry to ripen. A … Continue reading

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Disaster Averted

The longest days of the year are here. It’s still light at 10 p.m. when I go out to put things away before bedtime. The summer solstice always comes too soon. Every day there are things to make me smile … Continue reading

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Cool, Wet June

So far it’s been a cool, wet June. But that’s not unusual around here. Some call it Junuary. The forecast is for rain and showers for the next seven days. The bees don’t mind the mild temperatures. They swarm the … Continue reading

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