Hanging on to bark.

In search of berries & bugs.

In preparation.


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Until next time



14 thoughts on “~ A Sense of Fall ~

  1. Nice image to go with those lines, Laura.
    We only have to watch the wildlife, to interpret the seasons. Just a shame that we have so few red squirrels left in the UK. I have never seen one in the wild.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. vinnieh, heading over there right now.. and Thank you for your kind support of my Wacky blogs… as you can see by now I multi task the programming on my posts and you never know what you’re going to get each day.. 🙂


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    1. arlingwoman, I hear ya…I never leave the summertime without a battle of wits over mother nature, but she always wins each year.

      I just ordered a grow light bulb and plans for the winter time growing of herbs will be under way soon. I grew hot peppers all winter and the plant is still growing strong indoors offering up little peppers.

      They are smaller than growing outdoors, yet they taste wonderful .. I made 12 jars of Jalapeno Jelly in December of last year from the seeds planted that Fall… Not a bad outcome and a pure joy to be canning in December.. Cool beans for sure… Thank you for your comments.. Have a wonderful day, from Laura

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      1. arlingwoman, yes canning in December was last years treat for me. I’ve cut back the Jalapeno plant twice now at the V junctions and this little trooper just keeps on giving, while the stem is looking strong like a tree trunk.

        I’ll probably need to re-pot it soon as the roots must be a tangled mess in the large round clay pot. My basil is also looking like a topiary plant with a strong stem and full of leaves on the top.

        I’d say plop some wee herb seeds in your little pots for the window .. You’ll be happy with the results when it’s cold outside ..

        When I’m covered from all sides here in deep snow that’s why I do it.. Makes the 6 months of deep freeze almost worth it.. Take care and as always Thank you for your comments..

        Laura 🙂

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    1. misskrissyinthecity, yes these critters can be a challenge, but I suppose they are just doing what comes naturally to them. I’m their chef and I’ve set the dinner table for then as far as they are concerned.. So, I must share the bounty and only hope they leave me a few of my trendy vegetables in the garden.

      Take care, Laura


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