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February 06, 2011


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

In New York, we like to complain about the weather, but you really did get it worse up North.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Oh, yes, you've got snow! After a while, you have to wonder how much snow that little yard will be able to hold.


When I lived in New York I had the same problem. Just couldn't get the nerve to try a garden in the front yard. Some of my neighbors made raised beds. For some it worked for others, not really.

Such a dilemma that darn snow!!!

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