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Lunchtime series on vacation

Blooming peach treeOur lunchtime series will be going on summer vacation starting this week --- the winter is over and I'm itching to be outside doing (or at least napping under the peach tree) rather than indoors pondering.  There may be a few series sprinkled through the summer, but they'll be erratic until cold weather sends me back to my books.

For those of you who go into withdrawal with only two posts from us per day, why not check out some of our other blogs?

  • Our chicken blog is my favorite spot for rambling at length about chicken pastures, chicken behavior, and more.  I also post updates and tips about our chicken waterer there.
  • Our deer deterrent blog is Mark's inventing website --- those of you who get a kick out of his ability to make something from nothing will really enjoy it.  And, of course, you can learn some great tips about keeping deer out of your garden.
  • Dandelion flowersWetknee is where I post longer musings on living simply and making a living with an internet business.  I also include updates about our ebooks over there, so be sure to subscribe if you want to know as soon as ebooks are ready.
  • Cosmic cookout is where Mark ponders or debunks conspiracy theories, the physics of consciousness, and the disclosure movement.
  • Clinchtrails is where I post photographs that are too pretty not to share but that don't fit in any post, along with bits and pieces about natural history and trips.

Stay tuned for tomorrow's lunchtime post to explain the exciting side of lunchtime series being on vacation!

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I've added Dreamwidth feeds of the RSS versions, at, e.g.
Comment by irilyth [] Tue Apr 12 08:22:10 2011
I've added Dreamwidth feeds of the RSS versions, at <domainname>, e.g.
Comment by irilyth [] Tue Apr 12 08:27:28 2011
Thanks! Hopefully that'll make it easier for folks on Dreamwidth to keep up. :-)
Comment by anna Tue Apr 12 08:35:41 2011

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