Monthly Archives: October 2006

Fearrington Pumpkin Festival

Every year, Fearrington has a Jack-o-Lantern display.  Tammy and I love to go and see the amazing carvings. We got some great pictures this year.

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Shrinky Dink Magic

I picked up a shrinky dink maker a while back and it sat upon the shelf for years.  Last night, we found it in its hiding spot.  So, we took it out and had some fun.

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Book Reading with Paul Cuadros

Sunday evening, we headed down to the Chatham Marketplace to listen to Paul Cuadros, a local writer, speak about his book, A Home on the Field: How One Championship Team Inspires Hope for the Revival of Small Town America. It … Continue reading

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Time to build some trails

This weekend, I took advantage of the beautiful fall weather to build some additional bridle trails. I plan to build a trail around the perimeter of the property, then install a fence. This will allow us to patrol our borders … Continue reading

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Chestnut Roundup at the Alamance Battleground

Back in September, Tammy and I went to the Alamance Battleground. While we were there, we saw a Chinese Chestnut tree, just loaded with nuts. Tammy just loves chestnuts and is the Chestnut Coordinator for the North American Fruit Explorers … Continue reading

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Plant Grab at the NC Arboretum

Every year, the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State Universityholds its annual plant distribution. This is the second year that Tammy and I went to the distribution and both years we got loads of neat, unique plants.

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