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Live Well 07-13-14
Continuing the success of a landmark national tobacco education campaign launched in 2012, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is airing a second series of ads in 2014 featuring real people who are living with the effects of smoking-related diseases.
Life at Boomer Lake 07-13-14
The lake is losing a little water to evaporation, but it is not a problem now. It makes it easier for me to get around the Northern Reaches, for that holds a world all its own.
If you have no space outdoors for a garden, don’t despair because you can still grow something consumable. Bean sprouts are the easiest and fastest crop to grow.
Down Home 07-13-14
There are a lot of things that worry me about today’s society. Having to put a stuffed animal in your front seat to remember your kid is in the back, tops my list.
In the Garden 07-13-14
“Where’s the relief?” That is what I’ve been thinking all week in the garden. I water, wondering if the mist is going to cool or cook the plants. I assumed the last thing anyone would consider this week is planting — anything!
Farmers Market 07-10-14
What’s at market this week?
Fruits and veggies: Bell peppers, beets, blackberries, cabbage, carrots, collards, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, green beans, jalapenos, leeks, new potatoes, onions, squash, sweet corn, tomatoes and watermelon
Baked goods: Biscotti, cakes, cinnamon rolls, cookies, muffins, pies, scones and turnovers
The Library Shelf 07-08-14
The Summer Reading program is going by fast! That means that you should bring in your reading logs and cards as soon as you can to be eligible for special prizes.
Life at Boomer Lake 07-06-14
This is the time that we’re right in the height of baby animal season, but there is plenty more in store for us.
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