It is time for new choices and new resolutions for our new year.
We are given 365 days this year for new chances to make this a better year. One ofREAD MORE
Do you have your headlights on? A lot of people seem not to know how to drive their $65,000 SUV’s. There is a vehicle out there that has aREAD MORE
Outside cold air bullies its way through the front door. Home from work, we give out a sigh loud enough to mute the furnace’s humming. Thank goodnessREAD MORE
Now that we have covered 3 out of the 4 major categories of plants and their unique pruning issues we’ll discuss working with the evergreen family. WeREAD MORE
The idea behind the Tip Of The Week articles is to inform the reader of laws, police related matters and how to handle certain emergencies. ThisREAD MORE
January is the back and forth month. One day we look back at something that was of interest in 2014 and another day we look forward to somethingREAD MORE
Like many situations in horticulture or gardening there are some things we need to keep in mind when we try to keep our flowering shrubs likeREAD MORE
When I was being asked about the equipment a police officer carries, invariably the first item of inquiry is the gun. It is forbidden to showREAD MORE
A reader sent a request to me for clarification of an earlier article I wrote concerning yellow signs, signals and pavement markings. ApparentlyREAD MORE
Will 2015 be a better year? It can be frightening to look at the future. Anything can happen and many of the things that can happen are not pleasantREAD MORE
Since we’re beginning a new gardening year let’s consider a few resolutions for 2015.
(We’ll continue the Pruning Series next week.) There are a fewREAD MORE
When one is “pretty sure” one knows where one is going-it’s best to have a map.
In this gadget-filled world there would only need to be a few entriesREAD MORE
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