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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, February 20, 2018


Behold within the north a crimson light
That reaches to the heavens' farthest height
–Clinton Scollard (1860–1932)

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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Black Bean Soup Recipe

Black Bean Soup With Grapefruit

This Black Bean Soup has a wonderful creamy texture and earthy flavor—plus, it’s filling and nutritious. 

Bath Bomb Sets

Creates a luxurious bath or memorable gift! Choose from 4 relaxing scents.

February Blizzards

The Worst Blizzards in Recent History
Do you have memories of bad blizzards? Let’s take a look back at some of the most memorable February storms of the past 50 years.
Papillon Foaming Hand Soap Napkin Set

This convenient caddy includes a large bottle of premium foaming hand soap and a package of matching hostess napkins, making your counters both neat and beautiful for family and guests.

Sublime Sublimation

How Snow Disappears Without Melting
Ever noticed how snow will disappear without melting? Even in sub-freezing weather, the frost on your car or the snow bank will get smaller. How does this happen? It’s called sublimation. Bob explains …
Kitchen Clocks

Bold and colorful floral designs!

Why Skunks Spray

Scent-sational Skunks
Skunks can be found just about everywhere in North America.
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Discover No-Dig Gardening

No-Dig Gardening | No-Till Gardening
Tired of the garden shovel? Sore from pulling weeds every day? Discover how no-dig gardening can help save your back while boosting your soil’s health. It allows the beneficial organisms in your soil to thrive undisturbed, making it a better place for your plants to grow. Mother Nature does not use a spade, and she does pretty well! So why not follow her example?
Wild Berry Blossom Umbrella

Stand out in the rain!