Nature

The Mill Pond @ Dodge

From the beginnings of recorded history there has been an attraction to this spot. Archaeological digs have unearthed three sites used by the Neutral Native people’s from back when a stream flowed down to the river. The first Mill was built on the site in 1853, and remained until the main building of that Mill […]

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The Gifts Of The Muse

Oh, I am so fey, so much sometimes that tea-towel in the wind. As the weather warms, the trees all fresh with new green leaves, spring flowers burst out with their pinks & yellows & purples, and as the light rises in the sky, it illuminates so many memories. Good f’n maudlin sometimes. I push […]

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Adventures in burgundy

Last couple days I have felt very uninspired. Why is it that as soon as we give ourselves license to dream all of a sudden we become paralyzed. Fear? Perhaps. I don’t know. So yesterday I went back out after I walked Irish and decided to look at the world around me in a new […]

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Garden Design: Wilding & Whimsy

In June when my sisters family was down I received a high compliment to my efforts. My nieces loved the front garden. When they weren’t either swimming or fishing (which they were 75% of the time), you would find them quietly poking around out front. Lots to see out front too. The collection of plants […]

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