A colorful mix of California native flowers and our small but fruitful orchard.
Variegated Trailing Ceanothus
Dwarf Nectarine beside a Pride of Madeira
It’s a cold and rainy Saturday. I’m baking an apple pie and my captain is making yet another shelf for more seashells. Good times, y’all.
We don’t have snow on the ground, but some trees do lose their leaves and change color, like this fruit-bearing mulberry.
and more steps to the highest point of our yard planted in California natives-sages, buckwheat, sumac, and cactus.
A view to the east of Calavera with Mt. Laguna further in the distance.
Check out our lawn and house from the hill. It’s a work-in-progress.
Getting by on common sense and a dash of sarcasm
Updating Early Modern Recipes (1600-1800) in a Modern Kitchen
Raising funds and awareness to save our rhino from extinction.
Digital PR, ePR, PR 2.0, Social Media PR ...it doesn't matter what you call it.
The World According to Hip-Pop
Adapting to difference, staying the same person...from the U.K. to France and now in Costa Rica
Niemand muss ein Profi sein, um die Welt des Essens zu entdecken!
Connection in a World of Chaos
Escape to a new place for new scenery, new ideas. Here are some suggestions to inspire your day away.
The Mystery of Writing and Living
Impulsive Snapshots & Blog. Outdoors, Animals, Flowers, Macro, Life
BIG LESSONS FROM LIFE'S LITTLE MOMENTS
A fine WordPress.com site
Trying to keep sane as the rules keep changing
A potpourri of thoughts and experiences
fresh hell trumps stale heaven
Evan-Moor's educational technology blog
Live Happily Ever LAUGHTER!
Romance Never Goes Out Of Style
The bloggings of Jez Farmer - the lunatic, the lover and the poet.
Come with me, Vanessa Salazar, on my journey to write my first novel.
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