But October is our peak autumn migration month. October 3 brought me both a magnolia and golden winged warbler as well as red breasted nuthatches. The following day white throated sparrows and ruby crowned kinglets appeared for the first time since the previous April.
In general, this sign stood out to me because it is comparably large, and because I think it tells a story about Kenmare Street. Extremely cozy but bare, I walked to the other end in about ten steps, and continued walking east on Kenmare Street. The coziness continued as I walked on.
Painting with a Twist, located at 320 W. Nine Mile Road, encourages all those who enjoy art to explore their creative side. Daily classes are available in two and three hour sessions, priced at $35 and $45, respectively. Cut the sun dried tomatoes into thin slices and add everything to the bowl. To garnish, add the chives, the green tops of 2 green onions (chopped) and the remaining basil and cilantro. But this is what I used for 2 med sized bowls Ingredients 1/4 Pumpkin (outer layer cut off) chopped into smallish pieces Ground cinnamon 1/2 Cauliflower Sugar snaps 1/2 Pomegranate Red pepper diced Mint Coriander Heat Oven on 200 deg Spread pumpkin out onto an oven tray, brush a little olive oil over, sprinkle roughly 1 tsp Cinnamon over the top, salt and pepper and bake until soft.
Q: Last September my gardeners thatched my Bermuda grass backyard and part of my front yard, which is fescue. They overseeded the Bermuda grass with ryegrass for winter color. The rye did not come in very well. On Wednesday last week staff were treated to a presentation/open discussion offered by Professor Gordon Whyte on the subject of debt to Islam and paper: based on research and travels for a Master thesis. The audience was fascinated by the history of the ancient world and samples of beautiful handmade paper. Gordon spoke of Ibn Sin, and his books The Book of Healing and the Canon of Medicine (written in the 10 century and still used as a medical text book in Europe in the early 19th centure) and Roger II of Sicily (11th Century) and others..
Triphala guggul, or guggulu, is a popular herb found primarily in India and has been used in the United States as a natural remedy for several conditions. Triphala guggul has been reported to remove toxins from your body, maintain healthy cholesterol levels, support weight management, and maintain proper digestion and food absorption. Guggul comes from the Indian bedellium plant, and triphala guggul is extracted from its bark.