Not Out of the Woods Yet

A snowfall warning caught us by surprise on Saturday. Well, okay I thought – we can use the moisture. And if we get an inch or two or snow its no big deal because it usually rains quickly and disappears. I made a pot of soup and took another shot at perfecting a cornbread recipe

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Feels like Spring

Feels like Spring

Last week we had some very nice days for February, don’t you think? Not that we were getting smug or anything. With the bird song changing and the days getting longer, you can’t blame us for thinking we were pretty blessed to be having such a mild winter. Since we had all our seeds ordered

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Cost of Cancer

Cost of Cancer

By The Extreme Sport Challenges (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons The U.S. National Cancer Institute investigates the causes, prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer by supporting research and clinical trials in its own offices, in labs and medical centres across the United States and throughout the world. In 2013, its budget was $4.8

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Its That Seedy Time of Year

Its That Seedy Time of Year

We went to the Qualicum Beach Seedy Saturday last weekend with our friends from Yellow Point Country Home. Events included a seed swap, seed vendors, plant vendors, Seedy Café, garden products, speakers, Farmers’ Market. Keith went to the seminar on GMO 101 with Arzeena Hamir as the speaker. He said it was well done and there were

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