Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 22

  • BLOG-Stripes and Rattlesnake Snacks

    spicyMustard

    Here in Yellow Springs, I sacrifice blissfully little in choosing local over exotic.

  • BLOG — Resting Place part 2

    A Lawson Place director's chair speaking it's mind. (photos by Suzanne Ehalt)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases a Resting Place (part 2), one for my favorite subjects. From the used, to the re-used and the forgotten.

  • BLOG-Slinging Slaw, Kohlrabi Style

    A lunch of cod, rice, tomato, snow peas, and kohlrabi slaw

    Given kohlrabi’s storage advantages and handy portion size, it is destined to become my go-to ingredient for home made slaw.

  • BLOG — Signs of Life

    (photos by Suzanne Ehalt)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases the signs people have made to help them throughout their day, whether it be a simple request to use the other door or to make someone else smile.

  • BLOG-Pancakes, wait, no… Quiche!

    Gathering ingredients for the quiche

    It’s a wonderful event when family makes the long journey to visit… even more fortunate when a spontaneous adventure in cooking breakfast for them comes to happy fulfillment.

  • BLOG — Mailboxes

    (all photos by Suzanne Ehalt)

    RELATED POSTS: BLOG — New Fence BLOG – Mailboxes part 2

  • BLOG-Welcome, Rain

    BeeInBlossom

    The hazy morning felt immensely refreshing allowing both gardener and pollinator to linger.

  • BLOG — Numbers with Personality, part 2

    310 Dayton Street  (photos by Suzanne Ehalt)

    There are so many great address numbers, I just had to do a part 2! RELATED POSTS: BLOG – Personality in Numbers BLOG – Numbers with Personality, part 3 BLOG – Sledding BLOG – Bulldog 5K

  • BLOG-Turning Corners

    Tomatoes from Patchwork Gardens

    The greater part of extreme happiness is relief.

  • BLOG — Hoops

    Vines and sunshine (photo by Suzanne Ehalt)

    I remember a few years ago, the street I’m currently living on having 3 basketball hoops within a single block. They are gone now but I’m noticing a lot more on my walks around town.