Pantry moths, birds at night, Halloween fudge, cider orchard
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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, October 23, 2018
One wading a Fall meadow finds on all sides
The Queen Anne’s Lace lying like lilies
On water; it glides
So from the walker, it turns
Dry grass to a lake, as the slightest shade of you
Valleys my mind in fabulous blue Lucernes.
Melanin-infused sun lenses by ESP Eyewear offer you unrivaled defense against the sun’s harmful rays. They cut glare drastically, reducing eye fatigue. while increasing visual clarity and maintaining color balance.
How to Get Rid of Pantry Moths and Worms
You open a bag of whole wheat flour, a box of cereal, or a bag of dog food only to find little worms, moths, or even some webs. Ew! Here’s how to get rid of these pantry pests.
Starting an Apple Cider Orchard
The apple harvest is in full swing, and every year we are blessed with more apples than we can eat. I make lots of applesauce and apple crisp and freeze bags of peeled and spiced apples. This winter they will be ready to plunk into a pie crust and bake. But there is one thing I have yet to make at ...
Bring dramatic excitement to your garden with this extra-large kinetic wind stake featuring a 32-inch-wide Sun fan. Beautifully hand-painted metal Sun rays dazzle as the double-blade design spins in opposite directions, creating a mesmerizing effect. Video of the wind stake in action is available.
Made in Vermont from a very thin maple veneer that won’t damage book bindings. Choose from bald eagles, barred owls, great blue herons, ospreys, peregrine falcons, snowy owls, cardinals, eastern bluebirds, and hummingbirds.