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Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. John Muir Take a course in good water and air; and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own....

"This image is a good example of color because with the orange and pale yellow color from the sunset and the various hues of the grass, it creates a feeling of calmness in the picture with each color complimenting each other and the emotion of relaxation"

Chanticleer || Gravel Garden in Pennsylvania: early summer brings the show-stopping combination of orange butterfly weed, lavender, and Nassella (Mexican feather grass). Thyme graces nearly every nook and cranny of the garden and begins its show in May alongside the pinks and poppies.

Chanticleer || Gravel Garden in Pennsylvania: early summer brings the show-stopping combination of orange butterfly weed, lavender, and Nassella (Mexican feather grass). Thyme graces nearly every nook and cranny of the garden and begins its show in May alongside the pinks and poppies.

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Children's book writer, Wendy Salter, and her family raise silkie bantam chickens. In Wendy's Sugarplum Recipes Book Series, the Sugarplum family lives on an organic egg farm with two pet chickens named Tuturella and Bow-Tie Boy. Children's book writer