Green Afternoons

Along with providing detailed descriptions of Oregon's best - known and best - loved gardens , Green Afternoons introduces readers to such unlikely but rewarding spots as an arboretum at a freeway rest area and climbing roses dressing ...

Author: Amy Houchen

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Category: Gardening

Page: 268

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With Green Afternoons in hand, travelers, gardeners, and plant enthusiasts now have an exciting new guide to more than six dozen gardens throughout western and central Oregon and southwestern Washington. In her tour of the region, Amy Houchen uses the word garden broadly to include not only traditional gardens but also plantings of interest in such places as parks, college campuses, farms, and community gardens. Along with providing detailed descriptions of Oregon's best-known and best-loved gardens, Green Afternoons introduces readers to such unlikely but rewarding spots as an arboretum at a freeway rest area and climbing roses dressing up the cyclone fence around a ballfield. Indexes by plant name and topic allow for ease in locating plant specialties and such features as gardens for the blind and composting exhibits. Also included is information on holding weddings and listings of special events.

She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons

Through a back window each of us stared out at a world in full swing: women in bright wrappers, green, gold, purple, carrying babies on their backs, schoolboys walking by the side of the road, some holding hands, little roadside stands ...

Author: Kathleen Hill

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1504048598

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 210

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This memoir takes readers around the world, from New York to Nigeria, exploring a life illuminated by novels. As a child in music class, Kathleen Hill comes upon Willa Cather’s Lucy Gayheart, and the novel prepares her for a drowning death that soon occurs in her own life. Later, recently married and working as a teacher in a newly independent Nigeria, Hill assigns Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart to her students, which leads to learning from them about the violent legacy of colonialism, and visiting an old slave port whose disturbing relics make her aware of her benighted American innocence. Also in Nigeria, she is given Henry James’s A Portrait of a Lady and deeply ponders her new marriage through the lens of Isabel Archer, remembering her adolescent fear that reading might be a way of avoiding experience. But is it possible that the act of reading itself may be a form of ardent, transforming experience? In this memoir, Hill reflects on her literary lifetime, reminiscing about her year in northern France, where she resolutely put Flaubert’s Madame Bovary aside to discover, in Bernanos’s Diary of a Country Priest, a detailed guide to the town where she was living, a more acute perspective on the poverty and suffering hidden within its walls. She also shares a tender account of her friendship with writer Diana Trilling, whose failing sight inspired a plan to read aloud Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past, an undertaking that required six years to complete. From an author whose novel Still Waters in Niger was named a New York Times Notable Book and a best book of the year by the Los Angeles Times, She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons is both a wide-ranging autobiographical journey and a deeply felt appreciation of literature and its power to reflect our immediate reality and open windows onto vast new worlds.

Greeting Cards in an Afternoon

Pictured on 103 and 108 ( open ) Cut shape out of red / green paper . Score and fold along dotted lines . Photo Foldout Pattern Open size : 9-3 / 4 " x 14-3 / 4 " Folded size : 5 " x 6 " 5 " Techniques : to 5 " - - 1 Supplies Paper ...

Author: Cindy Gorder

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402700750

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

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“How much effort is necessary to create your own greeting card'...the answer is ‘very minimal’...plenty of existing images, easy-to-use rubber-sponge stamps, and photographs made new by means of color copies can be used.”—Booklist. “This is a very creative and useful book, chock-full of good ideas, easy-to-follow instructions and great close-up photos.”—Creative Crafter.

Anthology of Magazine Verse

And there have been hot afternoons , all through time , history , as men say ; Hot afternoons have been in Montana . ... have been hot afternoons in quiet English churchyards , and hot afternoons in America , in Montana ; and green ...

Author: William Stanley Braithwaite

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Category: American poetry

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Vol. for 1958 includes "Anthology of poems from the seventeen previously published Braithwaite anthologies."

In the Afternoon of Time

Seeing the city in the light of a sun rising from the cloudless horizon , I seemed to be wearing green - tinted glasses , such was the impression of greenness all around . The greenness of grassy fields and of trees and plants was no ...

Author: Harivansh Rai Bachchan

Publisher: Penguin Books India

ISBN: 9780140276633

Category: Poets, Hindi

Page: 638

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This Book Is A Creative Abridgement Of The Four Volumes Of Harivansh Rai Bachchan S Autobiography Translated Into English. In His Brilliant Translation, Rupert Snell Has Succeeded In Communicating The Power And Intensity That Made The Original Work A Classic In The Genre Of Autobiographical Writing In India. Intensely Personal Memoirs Spanning Several Generations. Traces The History Of Bachchan S Forefathers. Includes The Meteoric Rise Of Amitabh Bachchan In The World Of Hindi Cinema.

Sassoon s Sketches for a Saturday Afternoon

GREEN,. AND. YELLOW,. WHITE,. BLACK,. ORANGE. AND. GRAY. I Bobby Penny is a nice little boy. Always eats his vegetables, spinach and carrots. Never yells, gets angry, or, cries. This nice little boy always gives his mommy and daddy big ...

Author: Elias Sassoon

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 131201184X

Category: Fiction

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Constantine Vlacmose was anything, but weird. How could a weird man hold down a responsible job, a job that called for stability, mental clarity, intestinal fortitude, and fearlessness. You don't think being a cabby in New York is easy! Try dealing with the millions of pedestrians, the thousands of vehicles, blaring noise, accidents, and other distractions. (From: Are You An Ass, A Fool, Or A You-Know-What?) "It was a good interview," the television news personality declared to Jay Pripnet who he just interviewed. "Thanks for your help. The segment airs in two weeks. I'm certain we'll get a good response." Jay Pripnet extended his hand towards the man who he couldn't see. "No, no, no,” he answered. “Let me thank you for helping get the message out that, in this age of technology, blind people can perform today’s jobs as well as sighted people." From: A Soul Melting in the Darkened Sun. So begins two of Elias Sassoon’s short stories in Sassoon’s Sketches for a Saturday Afternoon.

Afternoon Tea

All tea, whether it's Green, Black, White or Oolong, comes from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis in which caffeine naturally occurs. Good quality tea – Green, Black or Oolong – starts out with two leaves and a bud.

Author: Sue Simkins

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0716023768

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

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This book contains a fascinating collection of delicious recipes for every kind of tea you could imagine, whether it is simple tea and biscuits, traditional afternoon tea, or a more substantial high tea for the children. You’ll also find lots of ideas for special occasion teas such as children’s parties and christenings. It includes Sandwiches and savouries Cakes, buns and scones Pastries and biscuits There is also an overview of all the different kinds of tea available to drink plus lemonade recipes for summer tea in the garden.

McClure s Magazine

A CITY AFTERNOON BY EDITH WYATT a . a GREEN afternoon serene and bright , along my street you sail away Sun - dappled like a ship of light that glints upon a rippled bay . Afar , freight - engines call and toll ; the sprays flash on the ...

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Wire Jewelry in an Afternoon

6mm blue Crimp bead Turquoise diamond Crimp bead 6mm blue Crimp bead Green diamond Gold seed 4mm blue Gold seed 4mm green Gold seed H190 Twisted beading wire ends ( 24 ga . ) Pictured ( from top left ) : Dragonfly with Glass Wings Pin ...

Author: Mickey Baskett

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402701320

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

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“Spirals, coils, wraps, and wire mesh add up to a kind of jewelry that...can go from pieces of scrap to ear, neck, or hair in a couple of hours...the directions for 66 varieties of adornment featured here...including diagrams, designer credit, color photographs, materials lists, and step-by-step instructions...are whimsical enough for having great fun and feature such familiar characters as Santa and a bride and groom, and such creatures as a dragonfly and a spider.”—Booklist.

The Long Golden Afternoon

Vardon never left the 18th green. 'I finished very steadily, and stood amongst the huge crowd which surrounded the home green to see this famous Scotch player finish,' he remembered. 'His drive was a real good one, and finished on the ...

Author: Stephen Proctor

Publisher: Birlinn Ltd

ISBN: 1788855035

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 336

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The Long Golden Afternoon tells the story of the transformative generation of golf that followed the rise of Young Tom Morris - an era of sweeping change that saw Scotland's national pastime become one of the rare games played around the world. It begins with the first epochal performance after Tommy - John Ball's victory at Prestwick in 1890 as the first Englishman and the first amateur to win the Open Championship - and continues through the outbreak of the Great War. If Tommy ignited the flame of golf in England, Ball's breakthrough turned that smoldering fire into a conflagration. The generation that followed would witness the game's coming of age. It would see an explosion in golf's popularity, the invention of revolutionary new balls and clubs, the emergence of professional tours, the organization of the game and its rules, a renaissance in writing and thinking about golf, and the decision that the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews must always remain the sport's guiding light.