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Garlic

Beltane                                                                      Waning Garlic Moon In my new names for Minnesota full moons this is the garlic moon, because under its gaze, in its waning nights, the garlic leaves will begin to die back and the garlic will  be ready to … Continue reading

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Sigh

Beltane                                                            Waxing Garlic Moon So, this guy has this dog.  He puts up an electric fence to stop the dog.  The dog jumps up on the fence, standing as a mountain goat, all four feet together, on the electric fence … Continue reading

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One Shocking Day

Beltane                                                          Waxing Garlic Moon One more shocking day.  Headed out this morning with Mark to Fleet Farm.  If you’ve not ever encountered Fleet Farm, your life is not complete.  A megastore before there were megastores Fleet Farm carries all that … Continue reading

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Fall Photos

Fall                                    Waxing Blood Moon The run of electric fence alongside the east side of our woods. The fence installation. Squash now in our storage room The garden dies back.

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Kate the Earth Mother

Fall                                         Waxing Blood Moon Kate made pasta sauce(s) from our tomatoes.  She also made an eggplant (ours) parmesan that we had with one of her sauces along with a toss salad of our tomatoes, basil and mozzarella.  Pretty tasty.  Kate … Continue reading

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Neighbors

Lughnasa                                  New (Blood) Moon Good fences make good neighbors.  Sort of.  On the other hand three of our neighbors have stepped up at various points and returned our wayward puppies to us.  As a result, we’ve met folks we didn’t … Continue reading

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