Monthly Archives: September 2010

Turkey Trouble

I’m a bit under the weather this week (that hillside literally carpeted with goldenrod behind our house might have something to do with it), which brought an incredibly frustrating halt to my plans to press apples for cider today.  I … Continue reading

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More Adventures in Putting Food By

Despite the fact that today marks the official start of fall, and the mountainsides here in Sandy Mush are already showing the faintest autumn tint, I’m still clinging on to the idea of summer. It isn’t too difficult to do, … Continue reading

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How ’bout them apples?

    It has been a few weeks since we lucked into some free apples and made apple butter, and I’m only just now getting around to writing about it.  But, in my opinion, apple season extends all the way … Continue reading

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Being and Centeredness

One of a series of occasional posts from T: It recently came to be that an entire carpenter’s woodshop—a band saw, drill press, radial saw, 14” planer, and more—was up for sale at such a low price that I, one … Continue reading

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