Tag Archives: Peter Noddle

My Oasis in an Ocean of Field Crops

Where’s the food? or even the beef?! I rent a couple of acres surrounded by acres and acres of corn, soya beans and grains. These are very successful farmers, but where is the food if I should not be able … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Thursday: the End of Humanity?

I don’t know if I can watch anymore. I’m starting to get down. I read articles almost daily about the bees dying; aren’t bees indicators of the health of ecosystems, and don’t we live in ecosystems too? The Chinese can’t … Continue reading

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from ´Paris: A Love Story´ by Kati Morton

When we travel, we are moved in many ways. We take in so much through our eyes and our other senses. So much of it is beautiful. Many things are disturbing. And we are pushed beyond our comfort zone daily. Traveling stirs … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

I had such hopes of being a regular blogger and then this gale storm came along and whisked Gayl away down the road of life! The day after my dear Peter Noddle left us on June 24, 2012, I had … Continue reading

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