Monthly Archives: December 2005

Winter Farmers Market Bounty

Holly’s dad and step-mom were in town last weekend, and we took them to the next-to-last Portland Farmers Market of the season on Saturday. I took the camera and I got a little shutter-happy. The light was good and clear, … Continue reading

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First rain

We’re in Portland! I cannot begin to express how amazing that feels. Continue reading

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Daily bread, Shepherd's Grain, direct-seeding, and other breakfast table ponderings

We’re still playing the field when it comes to our daily bread in our new home. Back in Oakland we had two breads we ate: Campbell Bakery’s “Birdman” for breakfast toast, and Acme Bakery’s sweet batard for crusty sandwiches, croutons, … Continue reading

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Not sure where to begin

We’ve moved to Portland and are getting settled in our new home. Nearly every day I come across something that I think would be worth writing about on the Hen Waller. There’s so much to experience as a new resident, … Continue reading

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