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Wordless Wednesday: I call it a string bean tree but technically it belongs to the Fabaceae family. Such interesting flora grows in Hawaii.
What can you do with an old barn, an old school, or a historic building? Spokane Preservation Advocates are at it again with more interesting workshops to educate, entertain, inform and to promote preservation of structures rich in history. Their current lecture series is titled: "Adventures ...
Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain today but the sun appeared for a few minutes this afternoon to brighten the view from my office window.
Four homes recently sold in my Spokane neighborhood. Nationally, home sales tumbled in December so I was happy and surprised to see the "SOLD" signs atop the "FOR SALE" signs in my neighborhood. Each of these homes has been occupied by the same owners for years and years so it looks like the n...
Wordless Wednesday: Prickly and Pretty Sharing Tana's photo from our recent visit to La Paz. Wordless Wednesday: Prickly and Pretty
Buh, Buh, Buh Bing CrosbyA few famous entertainers hale from the great State of Washington and the beautiful city of Spokane. It is fun to know the back story of their lives and visiting museums is just one way. Singer, songwriter, musician, actor -- Bing Crosby lived here from the age of 3 unt...
Wordless Wednesday - Who needs toys? My sweet grandson enjoying fall at its best. Wordless Wednesday - Who needs toys?
What is your favorite fruit?My wife prefers apricots and my favorite is oranges and we reserve the right to change our minds. : ) We really love all kinds of fruits. Fresh papaya, for example, is always delicious with a squirt of lime (combined with Hawaiian breezes and salt air). The mo...
Boise Farmers Market Still Open How many times have you visited a farmers market this season? If your answer is not often enough, then the good news is you can still shop and enjoy the Boise Farmers Market for the whole month of October. With fall in the air, visitors to the market contine to be...
Spokane County Gardening Tips (and much more) are available through our local WSU Extension Office. This link to their site offers lots and lots of good information. Coming soon is a class on Bulb Planting. If you are new to planting bulbs in your garden or you just want a refresher before you...