A Way to Live
Located in Eugene
Last update: January 18th, 2014 at 05:14 pm
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life on one acre
This one has been reformatted, to take advantage of the eligibility for Amazon that's now on offer at Lulu, with the result that its print edition price is up; however the PDF and Epub remain as they were. And that's it for this series of posts. A small lifetime output, but one should always know
Iron BuddhasBy Risa BearView this Author's SpotlightPaperback, 185 Pages
Viewing Jasper MountainBy Risa BearView this Author's SpotlightPaperback, 163 Pag
collected poemsBy risa bearView this Author's Spotlight
New look for Starvation Ridge blovel header, illustration by Katrin Orav. http://starvationridge.blogspot.com/
It's not unheard
As we are in the mid-northern latitudes of the northern hemisphere, it's that quiet time of the year, with not much happening other than assorted feast days.The ducks and chickens are in the garden, cleaning up slug eggs and pill bugs and the like.
If we look up "holist
Here we have April at the top and May at the bottom. Spring has sprung.
I don't do much with ornamentals, preferring to think of our food plants as the beautiful ones. But I'm having over some folks (yes, you're invited) Saturday afternoon in honor of my 64th birthday (Beatles will be playing in the backgro
It's time to add mulch to the shade bed. But the greens here are a third planting, still pretty small stuff. Risa doesn't like to work hard, or bend over much, so she covers the little plants with inverted pots, handling the pots with a pair of tongs.