Body, Mind, Spirit
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“Can I still plant this late?” Is a common query I get in the fall at the Silver City Farmers Market. We are all eager to plant in the spring, we are itching to be outside in the warm sun, tired of the cold nights and imagining our gardens full of blooms and pollinators. more
Lauri and Ed Jasinski met up with Chef Rob Connoley from the Curious Kumquat at his new restaurant, Bulrush, in St. Louis. The had a great time and a great meal. more
To refer to Tresa VanWinkle as a visionary makes her uncomfortable but that is what she is. more
Recently, at a small social event, I was approached by a couple of horse loving, but not horse owning, guests who wanted to know how I felt about the plight of our wild horses. This is certainly one of the most emotional issues out there for anybody interested in animal welfare and conservation of important species. It is also a divisive topic for those who must actually deal with the challenges facing an American icon. more
Early on Sunday mornings I cycle to the chapel where our church community meets. On one recent Sunday I encountered zero cars going either way on the streets I was cycling for two miles. The roads were silent except for the minimal sound of my chain rotating on the crank, which marks the rhythm of my movement on the streets. more
I was riding along the shore on the walkways in Huntingdon Beach during the first week in July, and I noticed something new this year. All the places where you can rent bikes along the beach now feature electric bikes. They are sweeping through the tourist areas like crazy. more
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