Monthly Archives: March 2015

Caging the Wild Tomato

Although I’m a lazy gardener, I’m among the fruit trees, veggies, and lavender often—watering, weeding, and pruning in a haphazard manner. But that doesn’t explain how a two foot tall and two and a half foot wide tomato plant appeared … Continue reading


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Seeing the Forest Helps Finish a Story

Orienteering can be a challenge on long distance hikes.  Of the half dozen or more rambles I did in the UK, fell (hill) walking were my favorite hikes. We never got lost on the Cornwall coastline. Keeping the sea on our left kept … Continue reading

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March 2015 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

On the first Friday of March 2015, we are having breakfast with author Susan R. Hughes. Her contemporary and historical romances have charmed readers and are set mainly in Canada. Her eight contemporary books include the Eastport series. The second book, Kiss the Bridesmaid, is shown here. … Continue reading

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