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The feature "Seasonal Ideas for April: Recipes, Gardening, Folklore" is back!!

A nice collection with an emphasis on the month's topics of "Food, Farm, Folklore, Fun".

If you want to check it out, it's under "CALENDAR" over there in yellow on the left side of the page:

http://www.almanac.com/content/seasonal-ideas-april-recipes-gardening-folklore

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Was that in the Alanac newsletter?

i thought that can in my Yahoo inbox.

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I believe it does ...

... arrive in the email newsletters too.

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I love that...

There's always something of interest and a little verse that is usually very fitting.
It's too nice to stay indoors, so long <3 Diane

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Too True ... enjoy the

Too True ... enjoy the weather. We've got mid-80's already when it was just in to 40's! Can only mean one thing ... thunderboomers.

I love all the verses TOFA comes up with and the little pics too.

I should go picking dandelion greens, they were late this year, which is supposed to mean a dry summer.

Between dandelions and rhubarb, I'm busy with Spring Tonics to rejuvenate a wintertime body!


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