Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wreath Wrangling Time

Wreaths are a creative and beautiful any-time-of-year decoration, but now is the time to think about making them. Certainly, you ought to have been collecting and drying your materials.  And soon, on my website, http://www.sandybakerwriter.com, you will find a big page … Continue reading

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Wine Country Colors

While many folks flock to New England to see its legendary fall colors, I drive along country roads and marvel at changes I see in our own legendary Sonoma County vineyards.  From the sun-covered rows of brilliant green grapevines marching … Continue reading

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Ashland – A Magical Place

Ashland, the home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is a magical place for writers, artists, crafters, book lovers, theatergoers, gardeners, shoppers, lovers, street musicians, just about everyone. (And, oh yes, wandering, aimless, jobless teens with nothing better to do than … Continue reading

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Fall–the Best Time to Plant

Fall is a waiting time of year, our senses anticipating something. We wait for the heat to subside; we wait for the leaves to turn; we wait for the sugar levels in grapes to rise; we wait for the rain; … Continue reading

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