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There I was Sunday afternoon, wearing a baseball cap with the light on it I use when I take the dog for a walk at night, staring at a jumble of wires coming out of the wall in our house’s upstairs hallway. I was also looking nervously at a little, red wire in my hand, [...]...Read More
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A couple of friends of mine recently move to Florida, and they post photos online of 80-degree days on the beach, while it’s like 8 degrees and snowing here. And here I am, after getting some exercise lifting weights inside or running on our treadmill, thinking, “What should I do with the rest o...Read More
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I get several garden questions each season, and although I can’t answer most of them, I usually can find someone who can. Last week, I was on the asking question side of the phone. At the end of my orchard I have a mulch pile and a brush pile that I frequent almost every day. [...]...Read More
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In “Dante’s Inferno,” the first part of the “Divine Comedy” written by Dante Alighieri in the early 1300s, the ninth ring of hell, in the author’s imagination, is frigid and encased in ice. I know he’s not credited with discovering the New World, but I think Dante must have left Italy ...Read More
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