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May 22, 2013

May 22, 2013

BY JOANNA BASTIAN There is nothing more satisfying than a steady rain just after the seedlings are nestled into the garden beds. I know it’s a little earlier than conventional wisdom to plant the garden. It’s before Memorial Day, the snow is not yet cleared from mount so-and-so, and the moon is less than full....
April 10, 2013

April 10, 2013

BY JOANNA SMITH Mother Nature canceled our hiking plans with friends on Sunday, so instead we watched the snow fall and drank exotic tea that Mark and Ruth Hoffman collected from their world travels. “Wow. This is different, it tastes smoky,” I said. “That’s because they cure the tea leaves over fires made from yak...
March 27, 2013

March 27, 2013

BY JOANNA SMITH A few weeks ago I ended a column by asking for advice on how to get the skunk smell out. Shortly after the paper came out, someone left an anonymous voicemail with the directive, “to get skunk smell out, use tomato juice.” I’m assuming you use the tomato juice as a body...