Category Archives: Tid Bits

Forest of “Weeds”

As it turns out, a “weed” is a very relative term.  While most of us see a foxglove as a beautiful flower to admire and enjoy, there are others, particularly those who ride or care for horses, who see them as … Continue reading

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Summer Chicks

While Joel was out mowing the lawn a couple of weeks ago, our kind neighbor Ken invited us all over to see some freshly hatched baby chicks.  Of course, we jumped at the chance and scurried over.  What a delightful … Continue reading

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The Gloaming

Now I get it.  After reading all of Liz Curtis Higgs’ novels and always trying to imagine “the gloaming” she would describe…well, I get it now.  And I love it!  Wikipedia defines gloaming as “the time after sunset and before dark” or … Continue reading

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Wildflowers

With so many “obliging fields” filled with all sorts of wildflowers, we couldn’t help but pick a small bouquet on our walk to Pateley Bridge today.

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Flowers in February

Okay, so I know it’s March 1st, but these flowers have been here for almost the entire month of February and I just had to share them with you.  They have come up everywhere!  Parks, gardens, alongside the roads and in playgrounds to … Continue reading

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Exploring a Nearby Village

On the way to Grassington A half mile walk exploring the village of Grassington was our goal for the afternoon.  We had plans to stop at a tea room on the way home with enough time to spare before dinner.  … Continue reading

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