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Henry Clay (1777-1852) served in both the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Ashland, his plantation in Lexinton, Kentucky, is now a museum and…

My alarm went off shortly after dawn, and I hurried to turn it off still with my eyes closed and sticky. Makoto was still snoring gently in the bunkbed below,…

If you like the color green, and the sound of gushing water, then Columbia River Gorge during Springtime is the place for you. Spring in the Gorge is a sight to…

And surprise-surprise it wasn't a dream - for some odd reason, practically all our citrus trees are blooming a second time this last week of July. Normally the…

Back in April, we had two amorous swans on the creek but it doesn't look like we are getting any signets this year.

These are photos from last Spring with the familiar actors. I will be moving onto other series soon ...

You don't know how you met me You don't know why You can't turn c And say goodbye ... Follow me - Uncle Kracker

Begonias come in an amazing number of forms. Outside they resist all sorts of mistreatment from bad earth to drying up because we forgot to water them. They're…

Last week I booked a ticket to visit the RHS gardens at Hyde Hall for this morning, hoping for good weather. Sadly my hopes were dashed and I woke up to heavy…

i always have a look out for any new spring growth.. and to finish up with a chubby baby woodchuck..
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