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May 26 2011

episode 132: “Goodbye, Old Man Willow”

episode 132: Goodbye, Old Man Willow

-garden, garden, garden
-swingset goodness
-goodbye old man willow
Old man willow
-garden, garden, garden
Garden 2011 may
-bread and the love of oven thermometers and pizza stones

-playing with the neighbors

fibery goodness:
-finished the neverending maltnomah
-casting on simple hats
-spinning up Norbert’s Jacob fiber
-preparing fiber from THE BIG PROJECT for the tour de fleece

favorite things:
Popsicles on a sunny day

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “episode 132: “Goodbye, Old Man Willow””

  1. Tikabelleon 26 May 2011 at 2:58 pm

    Awww, poor Willow! What a grand life he had. I’m glad your house is safe now, though!!!

  2. Stacie.Make.Do.on 28 May 2011 at 1:44 pm

    How about a link to the ukulele tabs for that song? You sounded GREAT :)

  3. Joanne Fon 30 May 2011 at 11:19 am

    You can adjust the oven thermostat

    for gas

  4. noricumon 31 May 2011 at 12:40 pm

    Wow, that’s a big tree trunk! I stopped by to say I *loved* your singing at the end! Awesome!

  5. Gramma Phylon 04 Jun 2011 at 7:53 pm

    That was a good sized willow, but in the world of trees they are considered short-lived. They also have been known to sprout sucker growth from their stumps so keep an eye on the stump.

    As Joanne mentioned, you can recalibrate your oven. I had that problem with an oven and the thermostat went wonky when I was baking my weekly batch of whole wheat sourdough Cornell bread (3 2lb loaves that would barely last the week). Fortunately I was in the kitchen doing other things and glanced at the breads and saw they were browning very quickly. Checked the oven thermometer that I always use and turned the temp down.

    I agree with your favorite thing. I absolutely adore Edy’s Fruit Bars. My son and his family share a house and with 5 kids it is hard to hide Gramma’s fruit bars, especially on a hot summer day.