The Year at Peace Meal Garden

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Location: The Oregon Cascades, near PDX, United States

Our home in the Oregon Cascades, provides us with peaceful days, and star-filled nights. We are grateful for fresh air, clean water, and enough space for our garden.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Barbara and Bill. 1977.
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Outdoors with Dahlias~!


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Indoors With Dahlias. October 2008


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Don and Barbara Doing Fall Projects, and our newly sprouted cover-crop~!


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First Frost 2008. click to enlarge~!


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Just the Sky...(for Thea...)

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Apples, Beets, and the Last of the Sunflowers.


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Marigolds, Passion Flowers and the Last Rose.


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I'm Still Trying to Capture the Incredible Beauty of CORN.


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Fun With Dahlias.


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Friday, November 07, 2008

Ok Friends. Before you scroll through my latest photo postings (which I have taken from an album I imaginatively call Late September 2008) please please visit our friend Johanna's Blog.

http://starwomanspeaks.blogspot.com/

We have consulted Johanna, our astrologer, for over 25 years. Her observations have proved to be helpful to us most of the time. We thought she was wrong about Obama, but it turned out she wasn't!

If you like the photos you see on our: The Year at Peace Meal Garden blog then you have Johanna to thank as much as anyone! We bought our property (17 years ago) after receiving a special astrological reading from Johanna. She looked at our charts, considered the bigger picture, and our financial resources at the time. We followed her advice. The result is the incredible garden that you see here today!

We have a lot of confidence in her speculations. She is very intuitive, and she does the math. She's funny too. Check it out at: http://starwomanspeaks.blogspot.com/

DAHLIAS join the PeaceMealGarden Family of Fall Flowers. Thanks, and Blessings for Bob Patterson, who donated many dahlia bulbs to our library. They were sold as a fund-raiser. He earned over $3000. for the library, and our town is more beautiful, too~!


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