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As we garden where it’s high and oh so dry…where the deer and the buffalo roam.

If someone hadn't pointed it out, I probably would have missed it. But here's a building, looks to be a former mercantile type establishment (that would General Store to some of you), on the corner in Bow, Washington. The building houses a lovely art gallery,...

Avalanche Lily, Fawn Lily, Glacier Lily, Trout Lily, Dog Tooth Violet - all are names for this glorious spring woodland beauty, erythronium ssp.I've always known it as a Trout lily. It's native at the higher elevations, say near Cascade, in Idaho. This one...

I am in love with learning. Always have been, always will be. This weekend was no exception, hanging with Dave Perry, Lorene Edwards, Heather McNeill, Mary Pyper, Doc Nancy, and various other peeps. Just want to share with you what I learned after spending several...

Dee, Indy, pals out there? You awake? I am late to posting today. I've been out of town, in Seattle and the Skagit Valley, taking in the luscious greenery that is the Pacific Northwest. Never mind the 60 mph howling winds that bent the tulips...

April 3, Saturday Awake a good part of the night while the rains pounded out their beat on the roof. Brunch at the 5 Spot on Queen Anne. A lovely visit to the Frye Art Museum and as important, their gift shop. A stroll through the...

April 2. Our adventure to the Skagit Valley was conducted in 50 MPH winds. Roof almost ripped off the greenhouse at Christianson's Nursery in La Connor. Winds howling as we tried to get out and photograph the tulip fields. Thought we could ride out the...

Tip toe, through the tulips! Off to Skagit Valley to see the glory that is Tulip Festival. Your roving reporter will be checking in on a daily basis. Someone keep an eye on the boys for me, alright? ...