***GOLDENROD JELLY *** August Sunshine in a jar

Goldenrod Bloom season is upon us! Imagine this: Eating a Goldenrod Whole-Wheat Honey Muffin, with a dollop of butter, topped with spoonful of Goldenrod Jelly while sipping on Goldenrod leaf Tea…Mmmmmm…🌼😋 It’s mid August and if you haven’t noticed yet, up here in Northern BC, the Goldenrod is in full bloom. The most common Goldenrod…

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Goldenrod Whole-Wheat Honey Muffins

It’s Goldenrod season! It makes a lovely tea and baked goodies! 

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Daisy-Dill Capers

  HOW TO MAKE DAISY-DILL CAPERS When I look up a recipe on how to make certain things, there is always a long story attached to it. The story typically includes talk on how maker first came across the idea, the process, etc. Or there is talk about the ups and downs of making the…

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Story ***Gone*** Weekly Photo Challenge

The Person “In Memory Of”…. Gone. The people who placed the flowers here… Gone. The Flowers will soon be… Gone. And soon, the snow will be Gone.     Weekly Photo Challenge: Story

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Beauty and the Blah

Funny thing is that I told my husband about my dream and how beautiful it was before it turned to ash. I said how everything beautiful fades, disappears or turns ugly. That was the pity, the blah, in me. I see that in these pictures however, I captured ever lasting beauty. In that, there is hope for today. 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Transient

What could be more transient than a Burdock Burr? They sit there and wait until someone or something comes along and then they hook on, getting a ride until they are either picked off or rubbed off. I’m sure a good strong wind can disperse these velcro-like seed pods too. I’ve picked countless of burrs…

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The last whimsy (to finish off the week)

These are always a joy to come across in the bush. A bit of whimsy in the forest. Little white tufts here and there that break up the scenery of bare branches, dead grass and rotting leaves. Around here, in the wild, these tufts are clumped a few at a time. I once saw a…

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