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March 25th, 2019 — Crop Circles

Crop Circles Pasture renovation is winding down for the year.  We’ve been at this for 9 years now and will probably still be at it in another nine.  When we moved here the pastures grew goldenrod, Queen Anne’s Lace, wild roses and some other unidentifiable nutritionless green things.  Lacking a tractor, plow, harrow and planter… Continue reading March 25th, 2019 — Crop Circles

March 18th, 2019 — There’s Name for That

There’s a Name For That Once upon a time the British were fantastic at naming things.  Just look at a map of London and you’ll see. St. Martins in the Field isn’t, it sits right on Trafalgar Square.  You can catch a bus to Westminster, find your way to Finsbury Circus, amble down Marylebone Road,… Continue reading March 18th, 2019 — There’s Name for That

February 18th, 2019 — When Chickens Come Home to Roost

When the Chickens Come Home to Roost Does anyone remember back to 1999 when Y2K was going to wipe out civilization as we know it?  All because the year portion of the date on computers was the last 2 digits only; how would the computer know it was 2000?  Our cars, modern medical technology, phones,… Continue reading February 18th, 2019 — When Chickens Come Home to Roost

February 11th, 2019 — Signs of Spring

Signs of Spring There’s another winter weather advisory on for tonight until Wednesday but I’m not worried about that because spring is right around the corner.  I know this because our mailbox has been filling with seed catalogs since December. Most of those get thrown straight away.  No matter how seductive the pictures of fruits… Continue reading February 11th, 2019 — Signs of Spring