Ed and I first got interested in beekeeping in the winter of 2012. We found a class offered by our local Beekeeper’s Club, BONS, Beekeepers of the Northern Shenandoah, and signed up for a class that began in February. It lasted about eight weeks and consisted of one, two-hour class a week. I was a little reluctant because I’m not… Read More
The older I get, the more I appreciate the country life, and the more I love to travel these back country roads and steal a few images for safekeeping. Queen Anne’s Lace is currently reining gloriously by the roadsides and in the meadows. She’s my favorite of all the flowers. I hope you’ll enjoy the views with me this evening.
Amid the chaos of making jams and jellies and canning them today, we threw together one of our favorite dishes for a quick supper: our healthy pizza. I buy a pre-made pizza crust and, honestly, the best tasting is Boboli. It’s just not the healthiest option. I generally look for whole grain crusts. We got these at Costco and they… Read More