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Repurposed Ladders In The Garden

Not only do ladders add height and interest, but provides open storage like a set of funky shelves. See our best Flea Market Gardening ideas and some fun projects you can do! When ladders are too fragile to hold people, they can still hold plants! Besides going vertical in the garden, we love them for how rustic they are and ...

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The History Mystery #27

We welcome E. Clampus Vitus as our newest contributing partner in the History Mystery Series. This submission for April is a continuation of a project they have been working on at the bottom of Hensley Lake. In the 1850’s Major James Savage of the California Militia erected a trading post along the Fresno River at the North West section of ...

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The History Mystery #26

These photographs are from Dorothy Philp’s 1920s photo album. Dorothy is from the Raymond Area but there was not a notation about where this bridge is in our area. We would love to know where this was or is located and over what body of water. The date is 1925. Thank you! Submitted by Lynn Northrup, Raymond Museum   Follow-Up ...

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Free Open House For Wayward Ponies' Home

CATHEYS VALLEY – Small equine sanctuary Wayward Ponies’ Home is hosting the sixth annual Open House on Saturday, Feb. 21 from noon to 2 p.m. Wayward Ponies’ Home is a nonprofit, permanent sanctuary whose mission is to provide a home for a limited number of ponies and horses. The organization promotes compassionate care for all.

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The Smart Garden

“Almost every successful person begins with two beliefs: the future can be better than the present, and I have the power to make it so.” David Brooks Here’s the conundrum: 1. I’m a conservation biologist. Therefore, I’m into sustainable living. 2. We are in a serious drought. And even when it’s not drought-y here, it’s a pretty darn hot and ...

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The History Mystery #25

This photo is from the historic photographic files of the Forest Service and the caption on the photo reads “Looking down San Joaquin River from Minaret Summit.” So we know the location is near Reds Meadow on the east side of the Sierra. Our questions are what are the five cross-like structures near the center of the picture and can ...

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After A Rocky Night, Sadie Inspires A New Breed Of Compassion

COARSEGOLD – You never know how far a little kindness will go. It started with a simple post on Mountain Swap and turned into something bigger than anyone could have imagined. Not long before dark on Wednesday, Jan. 21, business owners down at Coarsegold Village were shocked and saddened to find a badly injured dog tucked into a planter that ...

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