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June 2018

Summer is here!  It was hot, hazy and humid today, and  will be for the next few days.  Everything is in full bloom, roses, peonies, and of course my favorite combo, lemon day lilies and Siberian irises.And the garden is … Continue reading

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October 2016

Without a doubt, October is my favorite month.  The colors, the light, the atmosphere, the lack of bugs , and the temperature all make for a great time outdoors.  We’ve had a very dry summer and were told by the … Continue reading

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July 2016

There is a reason Maine is called “Vacationland.”  Summer is short but amazing.  There is so much to see and do.  The weather is mostly cooperative, we’ve only had 3 days above 90° (32°C).  For the fourth of July, we … Continue reading

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June 2016

Summer is always busy, and this June was no exception.  In addition to the usual shop work, teaching and writing, there are all the outside chores: the lawn, the garden, pruning and planting.  Always a pleasure to work outside in … Continue reading

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October 2013

October is that magic month between the last summer days and the beginning of winter.  At the end of September leaves are just starting  to turn, and by the end of October, ice is forming along the edges of the … Continue reading

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September 2013

I had another busy month.  On September 7 I was invited to join Michael Graham Director of the Shaker Museum at Sabbathday Lake, at the Willis Henry Shaker auction at the Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, MA.  The best part … Continue reading

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