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Any Space Will Do

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12 June 2012 Have I ever mentioned how much I love these waterproof, wireless, rechargeable, energy efficient lanterns? How perfect for any setting indoor or out at 14″ diameter and $209 US— Yes! Kim? Brad? Anne B? Liz? “Floating delicately on your pool or elegantly placed on land, Smart and Green products diffuse a pleasant light to suit your requirements. White light, candle effect or 160,000 colors to choose from……

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App for Micro Climates (Finally)

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25 April 2012 Praise the gawds! There’s finally an app for that. I’m talking micro climates in the Bay Area! I can’t tell you how many times while wintering (yes wintering is a verb) in Marin County last year, I would head out to run Miss Lola and wonder what the ever changing weather was like at the Mill Valley dog park or on Ocean Beach or at Fort Funston,…

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Public Bike Baskets

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24 April 2012 (Covered Picnic Basket) You-in-the-know know how a good day for me is that my car doesn’t leave the garage. That said, I’m having my trusty Bianchi bike tuned up as I write this. I’m looking forward to cruising around this summer and am in need of a study basket for running local errands. (Peterboro Basket) Public Bikes is having a sale on their beautiful baskets. Built to…

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Zuppe For Everyday

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12 April 2012 I just came across this lovely cook book Zuppe (means soups in Italian). It has amazing Mediterranean based recipes arranged seasonally. The chef Mona Talbott and photographer Annie Schlechter have very impressive resumes: “Mona Talbott’s first food-related job was working in large reforestation camps in Canada. After culinary school she was hired by Alice Waters to work at Chez Panisse and, later, at the Edible Schoolyard program.…

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Vertical Succulents For Sure

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12 March 2012 My home is a constant evolving, nonstop project. And with spring around the corner, I’m eager to get outside, do some gardening and get the pool area open and set up. I’ve been perplexed for the last couple of summer seasons on what to do on a wall surface above a seating area next to the pool. I do believe I have found the perfect solution. Flora…

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