Joanne McKinnon

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Like most gardeners, I have piles of gardening catalogs I keep as reference. Not the greatest way to organize information. Searching takes time and photos are not always correct. Instead, I create boards. I find an accurate photo and pin it. If needed, I add a details in the comments. Now I have a visual … Continue reading Tulip Board Read more of this blog post »
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When you go through finding new homes for things you no longer want, you become more selective. I switched to kindle editions to solve my book problem. I ran out of space for more bookshelves. I also a huge garden and plenty of
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Joanne McKinnon No amount of belief makes something a fact. -James Randi, magician and skeptic (b. 1928)


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