Tag Archives: the Lower Farm

cloud form entertainment and recent activities

I’ve lately been nourishing my roots. The last two weeks of July were wonderfully spent in the western part of the United States, traveling and hiking in Colorado and northern New Mexico where I once lived. This adventure in the … Continue reading

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root cellar

 Following the cycle of life. Re-posted from 10/2011. No matter where you live there are signs of the harvest, festivals, county fairs and blue ribbon pies. Roadside stands with red juicy apples and fresh tangy cider. Now to gather in … Continue reading

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Taos Day Trip

Height of the summer drinking cool lemonade, the sound of a guitar an old Spanish tune. Kit Carson the trapper, scout, all around legend of the American West had a house and family in Taos, New Mexico. Taos on the … Continue reading

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Earth Day Folk Music

 Earth Day – April 22 Forty two years ago I was part of the first Earth Day.  Surprisingly the day  filled with events and awareness has had some staying power. I have helped with festivals, parades, clean-ups, ec0-awareness, tree plantings … Continue reading

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Last Frost

Last frost – not quite. This has been a mild winter across much of north America and spring arrived early with record warm temperatures. Eyes have been on the early crocus  blooms and the mind has turned to planning for … Continue reading

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24 Hours of Fire cancelled

Notice: To all esteemed members of the Lower Farm Historic Preservation and Sustainability Council, respected and favored Friends of the Lower Farm and persons of the general public be notified that the Lower Farm Autumn Workshop 2011 is cancelled. Friends … Continue reading

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root cellar

No matter where you live there are signs of the harvest, festivals, county fairs and blue ribbon pies. Roadside stands with red juicy apples and fresh tangy cider. Now to gather in the pears and plums, the grapes the crops … Continue reading

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