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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Is there an S in McCubbin? According to Mona McCubbin, owner of the Crossroads Inn Bed & Breakfast, the answer is “No.” The consensus among McCubbin family members is that the S was probably meant as Possessive, but the apostrophe … Continue reading
The other morning, I dropped off a freshly picked/cut vase of wildflowers to my sister’s café and a wise acre sitting at the community table chimed in with “been weedin’ your garden?” comment that was met with genial laughter all … Continue reading
Be sure to pick up a copy of this week’s La Rue County Herald News and check out NOTES FROM GROUNDHOG HILL. This week, the county-wide garden is in bloom….time to take a drive and check it out in all … Continue reading
Wildflowers now in bloom at Groundhog Hill….and on display at Paula’s Hot Biscuit!
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Today, June 20th, is the last day of Spring, which has been full of wind, sun and rain…pretty normal! Nice pop-up t-storm to start the day today. Also, Seasonal Allergies! Aaarrrrrgh. Looking forward to seeing what Summer holds. Pumpking Planting … Continue reading
At Groundhog Hill, the Zinnia, Marigold and Sunflower may not yet be in bloom, but the Wildflowers certainly are: Black-Eyed Susan, Queen Anne’s Lace (aka, Chiggers), Daisy, and Corn Flowers dot the landscape surrounding the garden and nearby Nolynn Creek. … Continue reading
Read all about ’em in this week’s edition of The La Rue County Herald News, available now on newsstands or online at laruecountyherald.com
If a county-wide search for the best-looking garden were conducted, mine would neither Win, Place nor Show. The garden at Groundhog Hill has officially entered the Ugly Baby stage, wherein, I am the only person who would find it beautiful. … Continue reading