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All About Town

It must be late summer in Colorado.  This morning it is a cool 48 degrees, and by this afternoon it is supposed to be 95.  My poor plants can’t seem to figure out what to do—the tomatoes are just starting … Continue reading

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Let’s Take This Show on the Road

As Kathy said last week, I do travel a bit!  Lucky me, we have lots of family and friends all over that need a visit from us now and then.  I’ve written about visiting Oregon and Idaho before; you can … Continue reading

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Crabby Estate Salers

Life has been a bit difficult the last few weeks.  I started a new job that insists I work on Fridays.  I tried mightily to explain that it was not my first choice, and yet here I am.  At least … Continue reading

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100 Years Worth of Stuff

Several weeks ago, actually the week after the amazing clothing sale in Cheyenne, we hit up another sale at a local farm.  The place was in Timnath, CO, which is a tiny town on the outskirts of our home town.  … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of This and That

Summer has finally arrived this week with temperatures hitting the high 80s and low 90s.  We had our doubts when it poured rain on us last Friday, and was cold to boot.  We had to make an emergency stop at … Continue reading

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Texas Déjà Vu

B.H. and I have just returned from a visit to his sister in east Texas.  She reads the blog, and of course had lots of places picked out for shopping.  We were so busy looking that I didn’t take as … Continue reading

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It Must be Spring

Forget the Farmers’ Almanac or the calendar, we have our own signs of spring. If our crocus are blooming in snow, it’s early spring.  This happens every year in northern Colorado!  It’s worse when it’s daffodils or tulips; those two … Continue reading

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