Monthly Archives: June 2013

Time to Plant

When we get to camp each spring, it takes some time to clear away eight months of leaves outside and eight months of dust inside. I become impatient with the tidying and want to start planting. This summer, almost a

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Rare White Ladyslipper

I walked down to a neighbor to drop off their mail that we accidentally received. Was delighted as I passed Julia’s cottage that she was just turning in. Hadn’t seen her yet. Part of the fun of being at camp

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A Visit from the Plant Lady

At Lake Forest RV Resort, one meets an interesting variety of people. There are the snowbirds who escape the steamy summers of Florida or the Carolinas, spending four or five months in New Hampshire. There are vacationers stopping by for

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BBQ on the Deck

One of the joys of summer…dining alfresco. We have a good-sized back deck so there’s room for the grill gazebo and a table for 4. With the grill gazebo, even if it is raining, Denny has shelter to BBQ. The

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Time for Camp

In New Hampshire, if you have a place in the woods or at the lake for weekends or vacations, it’s called a camp. Not being native to NH, I call it a summer home or vacation home or say “our

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