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ALifeInTheWild
Chef Robin, On The Fire. Gardening - veg, herbs, flowers, fruit. Cooking from scratch. Nature. Wild harvesting. Life in the remote woods of Maine.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
Replying to @LiannaChloe
Always before.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
No wool = no sheep living wonderful lives on green pastures, under a beautiful sky, being tended when necessary. If you don't sheer sheep they suffer and die. Therefore, does anti wool make boohoo (how appropriate) anti sheep and anti life? I think it does.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
Replying to @15AcreHomestd
I have high tunnels, one of which I grow/harvest in year round in Maine.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
Replying to @aimeejeanart
I love our sketching. It's lovely!
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
2.75" in Talmadge. It's 30° and calm here. Lovely morning!
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 16
Replying to @Lisa_n8ltg
Right? I could live in a perpetual state of mid October.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 14
Replying to @GQinCedar
I move the feeders to the back porch during storms. They get some shelter and can eat without being blown around.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 14
Replying to @silverpebble
Suppurating leg blebs? They're the worst! 🤣
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 14
Morning snowshoe. Across the backyard, through the food plot, to the wood yard, into the woodlot, aling the property line, and back to the house.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 13
10" total. It turned to sleet and then freezing rain for a while this afternoon, stopped, then a squall came through. Always an adventure.
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Erin Feb 13
Lots of competition over food!
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 13
Winter storms are the best days to plan gardens and work on seed orders. I've been working with for years. A lot of the seeds for the new perennial garden will come from Renee.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 12
Replying to @500womensci
I was "not college material." Women in my family were supposed to graduate high school, get married, and have children. My oldest daughter is the first to choose to not have children. My youngest daughter is the first to graduate college. Raising rebels - it's what I do best. ;)
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Jason Bittel Feb 11
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 12
Replying to @kcamp3 @rickstahl3
...and paying the last four months so I can bring it back early and get a 2019. My only concern is how to get the bear blood out from touching the seat after I loaded him into the back.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 12
Replying to @kcamp3 @rickstahl3
I haven't paid for anything other than gas and washer fluid in my lease. It's never without a warranty. The dealership changes the oil and fills the fluids. The lease comes with roadside assistance so I didn't even have to change a flat tire. They're giving me $2,000 down...
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 11
The spellbinding power of reading nature’s “lost” words aloud via
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 11
Replying to @kristen_schmitt
I can let the dogs out on their own and they'll come right back but I'll be carrying water to the ducks and chickens. I took 100 lbs of pellets and cracked corn and a bale of hay out yesterday. I'll shovel the high tunnel but Steve will do the rest. Stay safe and warm.
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ALifeInTheWild Feb 11
It's 10°F. We have 12-18" of snow coming. Here. Have a lily. It's Stella D'Oro, given to me 15 years ago by a friend fighting breast cancer. She and Stella are just fine! I'll transplant Stella to line a path through the new perennial garden.
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