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What We Love About Summer!

Winding Pathways asked for reader submissions on what they love about summer and here is what folks shared.  Dan P was the first. with this short, pithy remark: “Summer = it’s not cold ;)”   And here is the back story on that. As a kid and teen until his Junior year in high school, Dan […]

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Quietude

High Summer Labyrinth Walks

What fun hosting  Bankers Trust staff and clients and welcoming an out of town visitor to the Phoenix Harmony Labyrinth.  Tuesday, July 11 was steamy and threatening storms.  But, the hardy crew engaged in lively discussions and asked probing questions about the more simple lifestyle we embrace at Winding Pathways.  Now, simple does not mean […]

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Shade Under Mulberry

Chickens with Hoover’s Hatchery!

If you missed our first Facebook Live watch this Hoover’s Hatchery video. We chatted about Chickens and Gardens, Insects and Pests, Keeping Chickens cool in the summer and free from insect bites and predator invasions, and gave some tips on keeping water and feeders “poop” free. We’re live with Winding Pathways talking with Hoover’s Hatchery about […]

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String Bean Labyrinth

String Bean Labyrinth

A Kansas Couple Creatively Walk The Path by Emily and Zach Hemmerling, guest bloggers Anyone who has ever spent hours picking green beans knows it’s a thankless job. Aching backs, mosquito bites, and soaked sweatbands, all for a few pounds of produce that is consumed almost embarrassingly fast. Last spring, I made a resolution. If I […]

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Tools for deer proofing

Outwitting Pesky Deer

Like millions of American homeowners we at Winding Pathways have a love/hate relationship with deer. Few animals are as beautiful as a peaceful doe nursing her fawns or as majestic as a powerful buck sporting husky fall antlers. But a love of deer only goes so far. Anger mounts quickly when they devour flowers and vegetables, […]

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