Monthly Archives: November 2012

How Do You Like Them Apples?

Lots of business on this dreary yet gloriously wet Friday morning.  First is the December calendar, rife with activities and hijinks for the whole family including Great Aunt Murgatroid and the Wee Baby Seamus.  Some highlights include the Audubon Christmas … Continue reading

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I Don’t Mind, The Weather’s Fine

Well that was quite nice.  Not exactly a torrent but we’ll take it.  Mrs. Rambleinna went out Sunday morning to the Old Baldwin trail to see how everything was enjoying the first bath in 8 months, hope you enjoy.  Have … Continue reading

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Man oh Manzanita

In honor of my first manzanita blooms of the season (thanks John Dourley) you get to see all 18 of my manzanita species.  You read that correctly, 18, I know I have a problem, the first step is admitting it. … Continue reading

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Fire on the Mountain

I’d been putting off this piece for months, waiting for a fire season that never (thankfully) came.  Well what better way to celebrate a chilly fall day than to talk about fire. Fire of course is a very natural and … Continue reading

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October’s Bloom

First of all the new calendar is up, lots of chances to get involved, learn something new, challenge your brainy parts… First on the docket and nearest and dearest to my corazon is Doktor Lanny leading a crew around the … Continue reading

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