The Summer Garden

This is an entry I recently wrote into a blank book, which shall henceforth be my garden journal. The trouble with commercial gardening journals is that they set deadlines. You must write down everything the moment it happens! It becomes a documentation grind. Well, I putter in the garden to …

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Happy Evennight!

It’s a glorious wet day in the Sandia Mountains. Modern calendars call this the first day of autumn, but to me it’s the middle of autumn. Fall began in early August, with the first hints of golden leaves in the trees and the smell of roasting chile in the air. …

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