Monthly Archives: September 2007

Fall fell…no mistaking it…

It’s a full moon tomorrow and there is a moist chill around in the mornings.  The summer says goodbye as the vine maples bring some color. Out to the garden we go to harvest what we can, pot what we … Continue reading

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It’s Zucchini Madness at Paca Pride

I’ve uploaded a clip from today’s project: zucchini relish…it’s bubbling right now on the stove.  Check out the gigantic zucchinis! We harvested 11 of these beasts from our garden of llama poo compost. Seems that we’ll be getting even more … Continue reading

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A weekend passes and the stumps diminish down into ashes!

Here’s a look back from the end of the lower pasture facing back towards the house (which is at the other end of the property up on the top of the plateau).  It’s a panoramic view: the right side of … Continue reading

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September at the Ranch

It’s September and during this nice patch of weather, many outdoor activities are afoot.  Helpers are welcome!  Come work the land with me. I’ll be bucking logs, chain sawing firewood, clearing brush, falling trees, pulling weeds, stacking more wood, moving … Continue reading

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Today is David’s B-Day…let magical things occur

Let’s see what my favorite astrologer, Susan Miller, has to say about my astrological forecast! Apparently, a lot about the eclipses being back in MY sign, Virgo.  I’ve been particularly attuned to these eclipses because they happened previously in March … Continue reading

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The Labor Day Weekend Wrap-up

It’s amazing the variety of events and experiences that can happen within the span of a few days. As I looked back over my mostly on-the-go pictures from my camera I found it difficult to sort into their proper files.  … Continue reading

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