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Learn about 'How to Get More Out of Your Garden Than a Backache,' a book signing and lecture program with P. Allen Smith, in the historic colonial city of Williamsburg. See dates, explore our event calendar, purchase tickets, and more.
When I was a little girl, I was told I needed to “color within the lines”. As an adult I have a very – VERY – difficult time coloring within the lines. In life I like bold colors, strong drinks, and crazy-bold people.
Anyone who has read this column on a regular basis knows that I have a deer problem. I can look out my kitchen window any given morning and will typically see four deer circling my vegetable garden, but this past weekend there were eleven.
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