Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Sobering Thought


A Sobering Thought   Being a child of Great Depression era parents I grew up with some basic home cooked meals that were a part of my parents young lives. I would also hear a lot about the cost of … Continue reading

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Injun’ Summer


Injun’ Summer   Well I couldn’t let it pass without comment, but today was the epitome of Indian Summer. The temps were in the low 70’s F° ; the humidity was high at around 80%; the sky was dappled with … Continue reading

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Four Season Gardening


Something You May Not Have Considered Before   I recently posted pics of my greenhouse describing my plans for three season gardening. Most of us Nor’Easters might well be considered fair-weather friends, that is, after a long winter of cabin … Continue reading

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Final Harvest


The Frost is on the Pumpkin With the prediction of a imminent and not unexpected frost, possibly a killing frost, I ventured into the garden to collect the last of my harvest. As an overall assessment the garden this year … Continue reading

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3 Season Harvest


Extending the Season   This week at Hunny-Bunny Farm, I’ve finally finished refurbishing the greenhouse. Actually, this is the most complete the greenhouse has ever been. I started this greenhouse in the early 1990’s by hand digging the 12’ x … Continue reading

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The Declining Middle Class


America’s Middle Class is Dropping Like a Rock….     The following are  27 signs that the standard of living for America’s middle class is dropping like a rock…. I’ve left the hyperlinks so that those interested can go to the … Continue reading

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Remember in November! Vote da Bums Out!


CRS readers, it seems that a stealth bill flew through Congress over the weekend and already passed the President’s desk with an approval making it easier to foreclose on your home. Though they wring their hands in phony commiseration of … Continue reading

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