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Grand Avenue by Mike Thompson for June 16, 2021

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    whenlifewassimpler  3 months ago

    Oh Kate my dad and I were there many a time…so I can feel for you…..just keep at it.

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    Chithing Premium Member 3 months ago

    It is the wilting season, at least around here.

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    Thechildinme  3 months ago

    A family of voles (chunky and with shorter tails than mice) lives in/around my property and unlike in previous years, is making felling my flowers and dill (for the swallowtail butterflies) their priority. They don’t eat it so sometimes I can make the snipped flowers into a bouquet. I set a trap for them last night but have doubts it will entice them. We’re not to have outside cats in our little community, and I’ve not seen the hawk for weeks.

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    V45mikky Premium Member 3 months ago

    The kids probably sabotaged the vegetable garden with herbicide.

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    cuzinron47  3 months ago

    You can always take up composting.

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    missymayfield  3 months ago

    Grass hoppers here. Third year in a row. By August they will eat anything and everything. Many plants didn’t survive the assualt of last year. Please, we need a really harsh, horrible winter in order to conquer these beasts. Yes, I"m asking for a truly terrible winter in Montana.

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