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    The feathers spread out in that photo look like a...

    The feathers spread out in that photo look like a silk garment. Beautiful!
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    Gorgeous photos around the world

    I use Wikipedia and therefore donate to them. They sent this link https://wikimediafoundation.org/2018/12/17/lose-yourself-in-our-planets-beauty-with-the-winners-of-wiki-loves-earth/ to...
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    :welcome:

    :welcome:
  4. Thread: RIP Mary Oliver

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    Thank you for posting this poem, Catherine.

    Thank you for posting this poem, Catherine.
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    So sorry!

    So sorry!
  6. For IL: a bulldog teaching itself to skateboard

    IL, have you seen this cute video. I know that you love your Frenchies but this bulldog is quite clever and having fun....
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    If one should breakfast like a king, lunch like a...

    If one should breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and sup like a pauper, you are free to enjoy whatever foods you find tasty and nutritious. All you are doing is changing the time of eating.
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    Going to se Green Book over the next week...

    Going to se Green Book over the next week sometime. It looks like an interesting approach to an old challenge.
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    At our grocery store, the potatoes, mushrooms,...

    At our grocery store, the potatoes, mushrooms, peppers etc that are not of a certain standard are called and sold as 'naturally imperfect'. I buy them all the time.
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    :welcome: from southern Ontario.

    :welcome: from southern Ontario.
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    Dare I confess that I watched 'Bumblebee' last...

    Dare I confess that I watched 'Bumblebee' last night? I love how the graphics are done in these shows. What I did find interesting was the heroine was a very capable young woman who could hold her...
  12. Thread: Daily Bread

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    It is lovely and I would enjoy this kind of...

    It is lovely and I would enjoy this kind of fence, Tybee, but how large a space are these English gardens?

    My neighbour has a 30'x30' space with her 2-story semi-detached house in front of it,...
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    I have two neighbours in my backyard separated...

    I have two neighbours in my backyard separated from me by a 4 foot chain link fence. One neighbour has a row of tall conifers just inside their side of the fence and this provides quiet privacy and...
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    Portion sizes in an easy chart from the UK

    I am enjoying visiting BBC.com to get another view of the world. They do have some interesting subjects.

    Their nutrition...
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    WS, when speaking to my sister living in North...

    WS, when speaking to my sister living in North Carolina yesterday, she was describing the ripple effect that she is seeing in businesses experiencing slowdown, especially small businesses. North...
  16. Thread: Big old dogs

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    Having gone through this decision process...

    Having gone through this decision process recently, I offer my sympathy and support.
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    When populations are not struggling to survive,...

    When populations are not struggling to survive, more thoughtful decisions can be made. There is a lot of good news around the world that we are not reading about....
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    Interested hearing about your experience if you...

    Interested hearing about your experience if you are willing to post afterwards. I don't have a big enough garden area to get too adventurous.
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    Ditto for me using my wifi. i do listen to CD's...

    Ditto for me using my wifi. i do listen to CD's in my car. I have looked at a new boombox so that I can play some really lively favourites that I have on hand when I want to dance-cercise to a...
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    Just investigating the source at present. DD...

    Just investigating the source at present. DD told me about a place east of Toronto that I will investigate next weekend. ...
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    A link from Factfulness by Hans Rosling on the...

    A link from Factfulness by Hans Rosling on the slow transition away from fossil fuels - https://www.gapminder.org/topics/energy-sources/ and https://www.gapminder.org/topics/co2-per-capita/
    They are...
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    Anyone sprouting seeds at home?

    I finally have a nice stainless steel lip for a wide-mouth mason jar that makes for easy rinsing so have been growing some sprouts. I need to get some fresh seed for a little variety. Anyone...
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    Palu Hawken has a good case that is hard to...

    Palu Hawken has a good case that is hard to measure or discredit.
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    Did you have a proper English afternoon tea at...

    Did you have a proper English afternoon tea at the Crooked Tea House? Cute little spot!
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    Neat video of tour of Buckingham Palace

    https://www.bbc.com/reel/playlist/reel-world-360-videos-from-the-bbc?vpid=p06lhy10

    We have discussed and viewed many Tiny Homes so I thought that this could be fun to see as well.
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