Posts made in June, 2014

STATE OF THE GARDEN

STATE OF THE GARDEN

Hello all! Before I get to the garden… I just have to show you a few pics of Roman {the Garden Dog} having a Mexican standoff with his nemesis…a lone deer…who taunts him daily it seems…from across the pond. This deer is savvy…she/he stays in the safe zone…knowing full well that this barking German shepherd […]

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Posted by on Jun 29, 2014 in Garden Life, The Garden | 0 comments

EASY GARLIC SCAPE PESTO

EASY GARLIC SCAPE PESTO

Seems that I’m not the only one around posting about garlic scapes.  Tis the season. But just in case you’re a garlic aficionado and have scapes growing and want to use them and don’t know a darn thing about pesto {glad my high school English teacher didn’t see that sentence}…you’ve come the right place.   […]

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Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Garden to Table, Yummy | 0 comments

WHAT WEEDS?

WHAT WEEDS?

Hey hey hey gardenistas…when summer arrives here in the northern latitudes you gotta get out and enjoy every minute of its goodness. The weeds can wait. We can’t squander these days.  After all, winter’s coming.  Got it?  Mr. Denim announced last month that he was going to ride in the annual CHAFE 150  here in Sandpoint….and […]

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Posted by on Jun 22, 2014 in Having Fun, Idaho Adventures, This & That | 2 comments

OF BIRDS & RAIN

OF BIRDS & RAIN

But not necessarily in that order.  We’ll save the best for last, OK? We’ve had a bit too much of Old Man Winter weather this last week…altho I happily see some warmth headed our way!  I took these pics yesterday…so I can justify my crankiness…hehe. It’s not so much the rain… as it is the cool […]

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Posted by on Jun 18, 2014 in Birds, Garden Life, The Garden, Wildlife | 0 comments

WHILE TENDING THE GARDEN

WHILE TENDING THE GARDEN

 While in the garden last Thursday…pulling weeds…something more exciting happened. It was the sweet serendipity of being in the right place at the right time. Mr. Denim called me over to the fence…his sharp 20/20 eyes catching something move in the distance. Do you see those two brown blobs on the other side of the […]

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Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in Garden Life, Wildlife | 6 comments