Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wuzza Snake

Red on yellow, kill a fellow – Red on black, friend of Jack This Wuzza Snake. Now it’s a dead Coral Snake with no head. It’s the second Coral Snake we’ve seen. The first one was caught and killed three … Continue reading

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Roasting Peppers

I picked almost 3 pounds of beautiful Anaheim peppers in our garden today. The Anaheim chili pepper originated from New Mexico chile seeds that were planted in the Anaheim, California area in 1894. That must be why roasting Anaheim peppers in Florida smells like late … Continue reading

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Dropping By for Breakfast

The neighborhood deer discovered our North Forty where we have high bush blueberries, rabbit eye blueberries, two different varieties of persimmon trees, and peach trees. The tender leaves on our newest peach trees are evidently their very favorite because they  have been ignoring … Continue reading

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Farm Aromatherapy

The house is filled with the smell of peaches. When I lean over the stove to look into the pot, I get the added bonus of a peach-infused facial. According to the National Hurricane Center, there is a “disturbance” in … Continue reading

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