Month: March 2018

Pepper plans for 2018

Pepper plans for 2018. I am dreaming of red ripe peppers in my 2018 vegetable garden. To find photos of red ripe peppers in past summers, I had to go back to the summer of 2015. Please see the post┬áRed ripe peppers and colorful… Continue Reading “Pepper plans for 2018”

Robins, and holly–and starlings, oh golly

The harbingers of spring. An American robin (Turdus┬ámigratorius) stopped by on February 9, 2018. Perhaps he was a loner. Perhaps he is a member of the small flock of robins I saw recently in the park across the street. He sat in the magnolia… Continue Reading “Robins, and holly–and starlings, oh golly”

Nor’easter of March 2018

Nor’easter of March 2018. Actually, we’ve had 2 March nor’easters. The second one, on March 7, hit this area hard with around 16″ of heavy snow, but no wind, thank heaven. We didn’t lose power. Much to be thankful about. Today, March 8, the… Continue Reading “Nor’easter of March 2018”