Still things to be doing in your Kodiak garden - Kodiak Daily Mirror: Home & Garden

Still things to be doing in your Kodiak garden

Posted: Monday, October 29, 2018 11:14 am

KODIAK — I love hiking through Ft. Abercrombie on blustery days when wind and rain animate the spruce trees. When I look up, I feel like I’m inside a giant hairbrush, watching the bristles wave around the sky.

Last week, I visited the beach by Lake Gertrude on a gray, windy afternoon. Driftwood and kelp was piled high on the shore by Lake Gertrude. It reminded me that I need to collect kelp for our compost pile soon, which led to forming a list in my mind of things I needed to get done before winter eclipsed my efforts...

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