Tag Archives: gardening

Moving Sale: Rototiller

I know you’ve been thinking about getting a rototiller, right? Just in time to dress it up like a scarecrow for Halloween?  Or, maybe you could decorate it with hay bales and pumpkins right after you till all of your raked up … Continue reading

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We’re Moving!

It’s not official yet, but we’re working on it.  It’s kind of shocking, I know.  I’m kind of shocked myself.  Not totally shocked though because last year around this time, we got the bug to move.  We just didn’t.  Last … Continue reading

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Anyone Know A Community Blogger?

I do! Check out the new, expanded IndyBlog today! We just might see each other there. –  The Goat Cheese Lady

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There Was A Chef In My Kitchen.

Seriously.  And I’ve now decided that’s the best thing that can happen to a person. At the Farm to Table dinner we hosted with Colorado Collective and Full Circle Cuisine last Saturday, The Animal Whisperer and I gave a tour … Continue reading

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On A Hay Bale Under The Moonlight…

Remember my favorite store?  It’s Eve’s Revolution.  Locally owned, cute clothes, nice people. About a month ago, I used the last of a gift card from my parents to buy a cream-colored dress off the sale rack.  When I paid … Continue reading

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Ditch Dirt

Literally. No, by “ditch”, I don’t mean give up on dirt and begin planting your gardens in aluminum foil or Styrofoam or something else ridiculous. I do mean Dirt from the Ditch. Here’s what I’m referring to:  If you’ve ever … Continue reading

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Spring Time!

We are getting our first trickles of fresh, raw, spring milk! (tastes like it has a slight mineral deficiency, slightly sour/bitter…but soon it’ll be perfect!) …and we’ve planted 200 onions (with the help of my two boys) …and the seedlings … Continue reading

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