Monthly Archives: July 2012

Peaches and Pears

The Frost Peach harvest was vastly improved over last season. We received one beautiful, perfectly sweet peach in 2011. This year we harvested about two dozen. I made a yummy peach cobbler, we ate a few right out of hand … Continue reading

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Gardening & Friends

I spent a few days in San Diego this month to visit family and checked in with our friends Roger and Cyn in Bonsall. I have posted a few pictures of their beautiful oasis in the past. They are creating … Continue reading

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Gardening & Family

Grandpa Frank took a road trip and spent ten days with us. We were able to celebrate his birthday, relax, go for walks, play in the garden, enjoy some good Mendocino wine and hang out with friends. Every time he … Continue reading

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Roses, Basil, The First Zucchini and Green Beans

I mentioned in my last post that we have enjoyed the green bean harvest already. We planted six bush beans and six pole beans to perform an experiment…which ones taste the best and are easiest to grow? The bush beans … Continue reading

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Happy 4th of July – Harvesting Beets and Potatoes

Happy 4th of July! Hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather and will be enjoying the fireworks tonight! Grandpa and I worked in the gardens today. He did a lot of trimming and maintenance. It is absolutely gorgeous – 75 … Continue reading

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