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darcey blue

Yay! What a beautiful meander in your neck of the woods. Riparain habitats are so amazing and full of diversity and healing. I'm jealous of your very prolific wild grapes, The ones here rarely produce so much fruit. Occasionally there are some, but wowza! And the elder berries! Truly lovely!

Amber Magnolia

Elder berries! I can't wait to return from the Symposium and read through this blog. I'm leaving in 11 hours and hope to sleep for most of those and pack for the rest.
In my MySpace "My Photos" album I just posted a picture that I took yesterday of the oldest tree in El Dorado County, a beautiful Oak.
Thank you so much for the sweet comments on my blog. As you know, it is very morale boosting!
I am so seriously thinking of having an eBay store for all my thrift scores.
We'll check in upon my return!

Daphne

So beautiful! Looks like some of my own favorite places!

Sarah Head

Hi Sasha

Lovely posting! Your eldeberries look much larger than the sambuco nigra that I have. Is it the same species or the American elder? I have a collection of elderberry cordials and other recipes if you want me to email them to you

Sarah Head

Hi Sasha

Lovely posting! Your eldeberries look much larger than the sambuco nigra that I have. Is it the same species or the American elder? I have a collection of elderberry cordials and other recipes if you want me to email them to you

Sarah Head

Hi Sasha

Lovely posting! Your eldeberries look much larger than the sambuco nigra that I have. Is it the same species or the American elder? I have a collection of elderberry cordials and other recipes if you want me to email them to you

Yarrow

Oh so lovely. Thanks for the virtual hike. I would lvoe to see it in person. I can't beleive the size of the mugwort. Mine is about two feet high, wow. Blessings.

Mrs B.

I can't tell you how much I enjoy these posts! I wish I lived in such a beautiful place. And you've totally inspired me to try growing more medicinal herbs next year!

Amber Magnolia

Lovely post Sasha! Your writing is so dreamily beautiful...

Goddess Findings

Wow, this is indeed a magical blog. I don't know a thing about plants, but I know alot about stones. Isn't life odd? I mean, a stone isn't such a far cry from a plant is it? I admire your love for them, as clear in these mystical photos, it was a real pleasure to scout around your blog!
Cheers, ~Janice

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