Dry, itchy skin?, overwintering rosemary, squirrels

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Daily Newsletter for Friday, October 26, 2018

autumn grasses

In fields of bush clover and hay-scent grass
the autumn moon takes refuge
The cricket’s song is gold
.

–Margaret Gibson (b. 1944)

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Home Remedies for Dry Skin
Home Remedies for Dry Skin
Are you plagued by dry, itchy skin? Here are some helpful dry skin remedies.
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The Conversion Cutting Board

Classic maple cutting board that features common cooking conversions engraved on the face. 

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Overwintering Rosemary: Growing Rosemary Indoors
Overwintering Rosemary: Growing Rosemary Indoors
Find out how to overwinter rosemary and grow rosemary indoors to keep this wonderful herb growing all year.
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Vintage Cast Iron Sun

Measures almost a foot across and is made using traditional sand-casting techniques. The weather-resistant finish allows it to be enjoyed outdoors or indoors. 

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Squirrels
Squirrels
Got squirrel problems in the yard, garden, and attic? Sure, they’re entertaining to watch and we’re fond of these furry critters, but if you lose your entire vegetable garden and all your bulbs, it can be very frustrating. So what’s a gardener to do? You can co-exist. Try these top tips for...
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The Gift of Gardening

The Gift of Gardening is a lovely illustrated book filled with inspirational quotes and interesting facts harvested from The Old Farmer’s Almanac. It is perfect for the garden enthusiast. Includes a space to personalize the book with a “To” and “From” section on the first page.

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Halloween Pretzel Treat
Halloween Pretzel Treat

One of the editors here at the Almanac always makes these mini pretzel chocolate treats topped with M&Ms for Halloween.

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Support Your Local Farmers Tote Bag
This sturdy cotton canvas bag features The Old Farmer’s Almanac 1792 logo on one side and the message “Support Your Local Farmers” on the other. Made in the USA. 
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