So, as many of you know, the Buffalo area, particularly the south of the city and its surrounding communities, are digging out from 7 feet of snow and now dealing with possible flooding that comes with temperatures rising to 65 degrees like they did today. This week has been a roller coaster ride, all starting … More Winter Whaaaat??
While western New York is getting pummeled with more than 7 feet of snow in some areas, that’s not happening at my house, and I’m just a few miles away! I have maybe an inch or two of snow at my house if I am lucky. Even though the pictures coming out of our great … More A Natural Pause
What a week! Western New York got its first real accumulation of snow this week! My parents have over 6 inches on the ground already, while at my house in North Tonawanda, we had only a dusting. This coming week is forecasting to dump some major snow on us, all in thanks to the Lake … More Say it ain’t “snow”! Now what do I do?
As the weather turns even more unfavorable as the weeks progress, I am reminded I still have stuff that needs to be done in the yard before the ground freezes and the snow starts sticking to the ground. It’s really hard to do so when it starts getting dark at 5:00 at night. I used … More Fall Preparation Part 2 – I’ve Got You Covered.
So, my target was to get this out on Wednesday, but unfortunately life got in the way and I was unable to. For this week’s “Natural Pause”, I would like to show you pictures of some of the plants I purchased for my new garden bed I had created in early Spring. I did get … More A Natural Pause
Oh boy, it’s been a busy week! With Halloween and my parents coming to visit, and some Christmas shopping accomplished, I had a full weekend! The weather was less than desirable, we ended up getting some snow on Saturday! Last weekend was absolutely beautiful, and I was ready to accomplish the second phase of my … More One to Grow On: Lessons Learned in the Garden this Year