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The History Mystery #11

This History Mystery was provided by the Mono Museum in North Fork, CA. They know little about the photograph except that it has a couple of names written on it. They appear to be “C.R. Coleman, Clayton Teaford, and Jim Lewis.” If you know anything about the people or place in the photo please make a comment at the bottom ...

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Build a Personalized Lamp

Do you have an object with special meaning that just sits in a in your home collecting dust. Why not turn it into a lamp. It’s easy, inexpensive and will help fulfill your creative needs.

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Jeanne’s Barnwood ‘Blooms’

Barnwood Blooms and Other Projects Using Old Barn Wood Many people have an affection or obsession really, for old barns and collect photos of them, me included! These old buildings have done their job, sheltering animals and equipment and slowly sink into oblivion, but their wood continues to weather well. Vintage barns are beloved symbols of a society that values ...

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Flea Market Pumpkins: Crazy Love

17 Awesomely Different Pumpkin Ideas from Flea Market gardeners Real or plastic, all white , steam punk, repurposed and upcycled, cement or even paper, we love using pumpkins and making pumpkins and decorating with pumpkins. I haven’t quite figured out how Simply Bungalow made or acquired those cement pumpkins, but I intend to find out. And, I’ll let you know, ...

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7 Steps for Staging a Home For Sale

Television programming about staging has been misleading viewers about what Real Estate Staging really is. Hopefully this list, the information and the photos will help clarify some of the misunderstandings. The goal of staging is to: Help a house sell for the most money possible, in the shortest amount of time.

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Color Confidence, Step One

Is adding color to your personal environment difficult? Do you struggle all of the way to the paint store to finally buy that color which you have agonized over selecting? Does color scare you? If you answered yes to any of the questions, you are not alone. My #1 consultation is a color consult due to these fears and more. ...

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Clampers Dedicate Another Piece Of History

AHWAHNEE – Back in the Gold Rush Days, a good prank or a practical joke brought much needed relief to the realities of what was a very hard life. The “Clampers” still love a good bit of fun, but they are also dedicated to the promotion and preservation of western history. E Clampus Vitus, Grub Gulch Chapter 41- 49, gathered ...

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Garden Junk Hunting With The Farmer’s Daughter

On the loose,..and going junkin’ Six of us decided, since we had known each other online for a few years, it would be fun to share our vacations in August and meet in the Black Hills of South Dakota. I wanted to meet my dear Jeanne and delightful Marie who help me on our FMG page! We were all so ...

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5 Ways To Find and Use Junk In Your Garden

5 tips to get “in the know” as a Flea Market Gardener Everyone started somewhere on the quest for garden junk. You were bitten by the junkola bug at a Flea Market with a friend, spied something on trash day and unashamedly snagged it for your own, or were influenced by the old familiar belongings, too good to toss, from ...

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Tails On Trails Animal Faire This Sunday

OAKHURST — The Eastern Madera County SPCA invites four-legged doggy friends accompanied by their humans of all ages to attend the 15th annual Animal Faire on Sunday, Oct. 6 from 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. The tail-wagging event is happening at the Oakhurst Community Park.

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