Spring is a moosey time of year here.
A few days after the surprise June 2nd snow storm, plants bounce back, and it’s summer business as usual.
The drama of a freak snow storm on June 2nd: Will the blueberries and garden starts survive?
The aspens popped yesterday. One day’s growth is pretty spectacular. For the next three months, nature and the season are on fast forward. I’ve begun walking through the aspen grove in search […]
Fresh off the griddle, we don’t toast our homemade sourdough English muffins. We just split them, top with butter, and enjoy the chewy outside and soft insides.
While you in the Lower 48 are freezing and getting snow, we’re having spring in January. This is in Palmer yesterday. It got as high as 49 in Anchorage, but I didn’t […]