Daily Archives: December 1, 2010

Winter has set in. Happy December!

26*F, feels like 21*F, 75% humidity, WSW 3 mph wind, overcast, today’s snow: just a skiff

It’s the first of December and it seems winter is really setting in with the cold. The windchill this morning was a bone chilling 12*F with tiny flakes of snow b… Continue reading

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Take a look at the JUMP Project for Boise

Hello Friends and Neighbors, Tis the season to become inspired! You and your friends are invited to attend a holiday Open House hosted by JUMP – Jack’s Urban Meeting Place on Thursday, December 2nd from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the Sonna Building at 906 W. Main Street (adjacent to Alia’s Coffeehouse). Discover the magic [...]

Take a look at the JUMP Project for Boise is a post from: Gardens of the Wild Wild West

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Thanksgiving 2010 Centerpiece update

As an update from my last post on Thanksgiving Centerpieces, I thought I’d show a photo of what I ended up doing this year. At first, I thought of carving a pumpkin and using that as the vase/container. I was going to fill it with flowers, berries and … Continue reading

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Fall Gardens Tour: D & J’s Strawbale Cold Frame

As promised in my last “Fall Regrets” post, this is the first in a series of snapshots from my friends’ fall gardens. The photo above is a clever and simple strawbale cold-frame set up. Using some discarded sliding doors, my friends D & J set up this cold frame. Around Fayetteville (and similar zones) you [...] Continue reading

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