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  1. Plant paperwhites to bridge the gap until the spring

    Plant paperwhites to bridge the gap until the spring

    Plant paperwhites to bridge the gap until the spring
    As the planting season fades away, it's time to turn inside to keep gardening. Paperwhites are easy-to-find bulbs at any good nursery or garden center. They cost about one dollar apiece and are easy to grow. They are tender daffodils with pure white, fragrant blooms. The paperwhites have everything they need stored away and just need some planting mix, wet...
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  2. Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons
    The onset of fall brings with it the beginning of steelhead fishing. But just the beginning. Crowds of anglers flock to the water early on, when fresh fish first start showing up and the weather is still warm and, at least sometimes, cooperative. The action lasts a lot longer than some think, though. In the Great Lakes states in particular...
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  3. Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors
    The outdoors are your passion. And – like any true believer – you want to pass along that love to the next generation. We get it. But be careful. Sometimes, in our zeal to share what we most cherish, we start out with almost too much enthusiasm. When it comes to hunting, for example, accomplished adults sometimes take kids out...
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  4. How to make veggie chips

    How to make veggie chips

    How to make veggie chips
    Baked veggie chips are a fun, colorful, and healthy snack that can save you from packing on the pounds while you snack. Instead of reaching for those oily, bagged potato chips when a craving for crunch strikes, keep your own homemade veggie chips on hand. A serving of veggie chips go great with a sandwich, dipped in soup, or as...
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  5. How to perfectly burn a candle

    How to perfectly burn a candle

    How to perfectly burn a candle
    Candles add great ambiance to a room no matter what time of year. However, that glowing beauty is never more important than it is added as part of our holiday decor. This year, don’t let those sweet smelling candles ruin your holiday cheer with unsightly soot marks and uneven-burning wax. Here’s how to properly burn a candle every time. 1...
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  6. How to tell if soy milk is expired

    How to tell if soy milk is expired

    How to tell if soy milk is expired
    If you assume that soy milk can never go bad because it contains no dairy, you might want to read on. Many assume because soy milk is plant-based, it will stay safe for years. You might not even hesitate to grab the opened soy milk carton that sat out on the counter overnight. But is this really safe? Does soy...
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  7. Floating row cover will extend the season in the veggie garden

    Floating row cover will extend the season in the veggie garden

    Floating row cover will extend the season in the veggie garden
    While most people are putting their gardens to bed, I'm just starting some planting of cool weather crops. It might be my favorite time of the year to put plants in the ground. Lettuce, endive, kale, Swiss chard, leeks and more can all be planted right now and found at local nurseries. Floating row covers act like a greenhouse to...
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  8. Save those tomatoes from frost and enjoy them for Thanksgiving dinner

    Save those tomatoes from frost and enjoy them for Thanksgiving dinner

    Save those tomatoes from frost and enjoy them for Thanksgiving dinner
    At the end of the season after frost takes the tomato vines, they could still be hanging on to lots of unripe tomatoes. I pick them at the end of the season and separate them according to how far they are along in the ripening process. Some are close to being ready, others just in the blush, and there are...
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  9. Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water
    We weren’t the only ones with, well, eagle eyes. Floating downriver in our canoe, we looked to our left and saw, floating on the surface, a dead fish. A smallish carp, it seemed. No sooner had we spotted it then a large shadow loomed over the still water. We looked up and there was a mature bald eagle. It circled...
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  10. Planting garlic can be done in the fall or spring

    Planting garlic can be done in the fall or spring

    Planting garlic can be done in the fall or spring
    Garlic out of the garden is just like anything else harvested at home, better than anything out of the store. Garlic is planted through the fall, usually starting in October until the ground freezes. That's how I've been most successful in growing the bulbs, but it can be started in the spring. The only difference is that spring-planted garlic is...
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