We are enjoying some magnificent weather along North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. Great weather and another wonderful fall fishing season are two good reasons to read more about our coastal paradise.
September does not bring an end to gardening on the Crystal Coast. We are lucky to have a long growing season but the challenges are much different here. Read more….
The colors and the light have changed as we have moved into the fall season. While it is a subtle change, it is still very noticeable to those looking for signs of fall and to anyone who takes pictures. Read more….
Somehow I manage to get sweaty and dirty more than most. Fortunately I have a patient wife. It is part of life in the heat.
We received some much needed moisture the last couple of weeks. Now we need sunshine and heat.
Those that know me realize that I have lived in a lot of different places. My wife and I have always managed to find something good about each place. However, I truly do love living in the South.
We are almost to summer and things are falling into place.
Spring has been a tease this year, but we will get there. Read more….
A few of my tips will lead to greater success when growing tomatoes along the North Carolina coast area know as the Crystal Coast.
Winter is usually pretty nice to us but we do have to work our way through a month or so of it. Of course a winter day to us is one when the temperature does not get above 50F. Read more here.