PUMPKINS SHINE; HERBS RESIGN!

Well, Hallowe’en 2010, has come and gone. Some trick or treaters were knocking on doors despite the cold weather. An annual tradition continues but the numbers have declined.

This weekend was also the time to harvest some herbs. They will be a welcome taste in the winter!

Sage

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Author: Patricia McGoldrick

Poet Writer Reviewer Environment, Nature, Agriculture, People, and History are favorite topics to write about. Upcycling materials into handmade books is a fun challenge!

2 thoughts on “PUMPKINS SHINE; HERBS RESIGN!”

  1. Looks like a nice harvest.

    Halloween has changed a lot here. The neighbor kids come by early to trick or treat (15kids.
    Now they go down to the church and trunk and treat. I miss seeing all the fun costumes and scaring the kids.

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    1. Same here. Many fewer children come by now–between 20-30.
      As a parent, I certainly understand making the choice to just have a gathering
      where they can celebrate Hallowe’en but it was fun to see all the creative
      costumes!
      Great fish story! Sounds like you all had fun!
      Patricia

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