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I'm with Phil. (He promised an early spring.)

I'm with Phil. (He promised an early spring.)

With the great temperatures we are experiencing this week, I’ll go out on a limb and say that spring has sprung. Something I learned last week while on the mid- day news at KAKE TV, is that March 1st is the “meteorological” first day of spring. In the back of my mind, I have always felt that the four seasons seem to start about a month or so earlier than the official changing of the seasons.  
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Growing them cold, because that's how we roll.

Growing them cold, because that's how we roll.

It takes the Earth about 365.242189 days — or 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 45 seconds — to circle once around the sun; roughly, it takes one year. If we don’t add an extra day every 4 years, we would lose about 6 hours every year, or in a century we’d be off by about 24 days.

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Let's go somewhere.

Let's go somewhere.

Traveling the backroads of small-town America is something that gets missed when we travel by air. While we are able to go from point A to B in a short period of time to explore adventures far from home, we miss out on the in-between.

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One of the healthiest ways to gamble is with a spade and a packet of garden seeds.

One of the healthiest ways to gamble is with a spade and a packet of garden seeds.

After looking at the planting schedule in the Kansas State University Garden Guide, I did the math on the number of weeks needed to start my transplants for the Acre. The guide recommends May for the ideal time to set out tomatoes and peppers. While I do agree with that time, as a gardener, I tend to be one ‘those people’ who likes to push the envelope as far as setting out tomatoes.

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