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The fun of foraging

Speaking of trying new things, we've been out foraging in the forest for free food the past couple of weekends. It's time to harvest pinyon nuts, in case you didn't know, and the trees are loaded this year. Some Native Americans say that hitting the trees with sticks will cause … more

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Let's Get Dirty

Planting in October

  Look what came in the mail!       I like to order garlic and spinach online just for the variety. I can’t remember exactly what kind of garlic I ordered, but I know that one type was a hardneck and one was a soft … more

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Penny Pinchers

A few penny pinching recipes

Lately I've been finding unique ways (or not so unique depending on how you look at it) to use all the tomatoes we've gotten from the garden this year.  My standard thing to do is roast and freeze quart bags of them.  Then I use these bags later in the year to make pizza or … more

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Music On the Goe

Weekend Shows Dominated by Local Musicians

In the almost four years I’ve written this column, I’ve noticed considerable change in our music community. Once reserved for a smaller, fringe audience, local music has spread into the general population. Our little music scene now travels well beyond the four-block radius … more

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Birds and More


I sighed while looking at Elk Mountain that morning last week. It was so beautiful. The sun was just beginning to glow over the nearly 11,000 foot ridge to the east. Looking west, I could see the mountain’s shadow high on the opposite ridge. It would be another 20-30 minutes before I … more

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