Tag Archives: conservation

Digging On Earth Day

I swung a pulaski today. Not familiar with the tool? Take a mattock, which is like a very heavy hoe, add an axe head and you get a very heavy hunk of steel that’s great for digging out roots. Professionals … Continue reading

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A Grocery Bag Of Garbage

My garbageman awarded me a verbal honor. He laughed when I asked if he would take some slightly outsized trash. Of course. According to him, I throw out less trash than anyone on his five routes. He was happy to … Continue reading

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Serendipity Aboard Adventuress

Well, that didn’t go according to plan, and that happens every time serendipity is involved. It was fun. Let’s do it again! Thursday evening I was on a tall ship under full sail, the boat heeled over to the gunwales, … Continue reading

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Tools And Cobwebs

Themes arise. As a writer I love that. As an intuitive innovator I cheer it. I’ll pour the wine later. I’ll drink tea while I am writing. I happily guest blogged about the tools of my trade, a trade that … Continue reading

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