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Terrace Memorial Garden as of July 6th, 2019

Hi All,

I went out to the NorthEast Minneapolis Farmer’s Market this morning. I got there before 8:30 a.m. so lots of produce available. I got carrots, greens for salad, asparagus, cucumbers, zucchini, and green onions. The walk to the market from the parking was easier this morning so I’m making progress.

The duck has left the nest now, there’s still eggs there but I don’t think it will come back. One of the hatchlings didn’t make it so I’m going to cover over with dirt to keep the flies away. Nature has a way of balancing out.

On a lighter note, the morning glory is making progress and I can keep it watered now so I’ll see if I can suggest a route to the trellis for it.

Here’s some pictures from my garden – with a bumble bee visiting:

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Enjoy working with everything related to computers. I have wanted to work with computers as a tool for Health Care since I was in High School and now I'm living the dream. My first love has always been reading. I was a regular at the Spring Valley Library reading all things romance. "This Rough Magic" by Mary Stewart was the first story I became lost in. Now my favorite author is Nora Roberts with my second love J.D. Robb. This blog is to celebrate the great stories, authors and readers that make up romance and mystery in literature today.

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