Monthly Archives: June 2014

ArcheoCamp – Day 5 – 2014

 

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ArcheoCamp – Day 4 – 2014

Lawn deer as flotsam on Potomac shore. Girl campers on the opposite bank. Daring Tyson to climb into a fox den, the dare is promptly called off after he attempts entry. Camp this year includes watching the World Cup in … Continue reading

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ArcheoCamp – Day 3 – 2014

Archeocamp poster boy, Willie! Dam-building 101, outdoor classroom Hunger Games competition

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ArcheoCamp – Day 2 – 2014

      Crystal mining along the banks of the Potomac River. Booty collection    

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ArcheoCamp – Day 1 – 2014

The first day billed as Cave Day started with the little known caves of Palisades. No. 10 diving in:   Tyson finds a baby terrapin turtle. Ancient petroglyphs Dragonfly gets clingy with Willie. Thomas’ war club (as seen above and … Continue reading

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Verjus Production in the Vineyard

Since my grape harvest fruits early in July, the hot temps compromise the ph/sugar balance, so I’m trying to encourage a late fruiting in September by removing grapes now.   I also hope to throw off the birds that are … Continue reading

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World Cup Tiki

This past weekend was spent watching the World Cup in the new Tiki Hut.  Streaming Univision’s feed, it’s the closest I could get to a beach resort somewhere in Latin America.

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Tiki Rising

Will it be ready for the World Cup in eight days?

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