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Worth Quoting

"Nothing should be bought that can be made or done without."
~ New England proverb

More New England proverbs & quotes

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Notes from the Heart...

Got Cabin Fever?

Get away from it all mid-week to the Northeast
Kingdom of Vermont for some great deals.  But
hurry since many of these deals end this month.  
To view packages:
Travel to the Northeast Kingdom
of Vermont - March Deals  ~ Marcia

This Week's Stories:

Essay: We Had No Hobbies...or so We Thought
Its spring again; time for everyone to get back outdoors without fear of slipping
and sliding away.  My husband casually mentioned that his colleague was going
to take advantage of the nice weekend weather.  “She’s going hiking, you know,
probably looking for scat”. “Looking for what?” I asked.  It was clear to me by the
smirk on his face that he had gotten the reaction he wanted and was going to enjoy
this verbal one-upmanship...

Garden: March Gardening Tips
Sowing cole crops, planning your vegetable garden rotation, and pruning woody
plants are some of the gardening activities for this month.

Recipe: Old Time Maple Gingerbread
This recipe hails from St. Albans, Vermont.

Comments? Questions? Email me at: editor@theheartofnewengland.com
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Notes from the Heart:
March Packages to the
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Essay:
We Had No Hobbies, or
So We Thought...

Garden:
March Gardening Tips

Recipe:
Old Time Maple
Gingerbread

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