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Perigee full moon

Or at least that’s what those in the astronomical community would refer to tonight’s full moon as.  More popularly it is known as the “supermoon” the closest full moon of the year.  If you are near the Pacific Ocean you have the best vantage point from which to view this celestial wonder; but I’m certain […]

Happy Summer Solstice!

Today is the longest day of the year1, doesn’t that just make you want to get outside? This morning I had the most wonderful conversation with a farmer from Montreal named Howard.  He is one of the many farmers that make up Les jardins du Roulant.  He told me all about this wonderful program that […]

Silver Linings

“Remember, all the magic of creation exists within a single tiny seed.” – Fern Gully It has been very dreary outside as of late; rain has taken over so many days I’ve lost count.  But every cloud has a silver lining and this clouds silver lining is the new growth that has sprouted in gardens […]