James Landreth wrote:It would be great if people would talk about their thoughts on how climate change will affect what is easy to grow. For example, here the summertime droughts are a big challenge and we're able to successfully ripen things we previously didn't have enough heat for. A big challenge for me when selecting what to plant has been that just because something has always been easy to grow here doesn't mean it will thrive any longer
Tracy Wandling wrote:
Happy gardening everyone!
Dave Burton wrote:Right now, I am currently reading The Clan of The Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel which is part of the Earth's Children Series. It is a series of speculative historical fiction novels based in prehistoric times. The first one in the series is The Clan of The Cave Bear, and it was written in 1980. I was surprised when my mom told me that she read the book some time ago, but I guess I shouldn't be that surprised because she was a biochemistry major- as I plan to be, too- and just being family, there are going to some shared interests. I really enjoy novels that teach, have good research, and are interesting without sounding like a lecture. This novel seems to have all those qualities, so I'll be have fun reading it! I am already! I'm on page 40, and it's really good.
Casie Becker wrote:One of the big lessons on dating I picked up from my mom (who's outlived two happy marriages) was to pay attention to how a man treated everyone else, not just that girl he has his eye on. I've never regretted any man I've dated. I think that is spot on advice to extend a helpful attitude beyond the pretty girls.
Allison Jones wrote:saw this at the flea market today
the circle is a loosely latched lid about 1' in diameter.