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"Don't Let Your Dog Destroy Your Yard"~By Ken Churches

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 02/04/2008 09:14 AM
Many people who are avid gardeners are also avid pet owners. Pets and people enjoy being outside together, but the exuberance of an active dog can quickly destroy the structure and beauty of a garden. But with some careful planning and consideration, pets and the garden can coexist peacefully....
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Gather at EwePhoric Yarns Every Thursday Eve For a Good Cause!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/31/2008 09:40 AM
Arnold, CA...The Calaveras Needle Arts Guild meets up with kindred fiber addicts every Thursday in the Gathering Room at EwePhoric Yarns, 925 Highway 4, Arnold at 5:30pm. Call (209) 795-5197 for details. Twice a month we knit or crochets lap robes for the residents of Mark Twain Convalescent Hospital along with Chemo Hats for local cancer patients...
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"Growing Pomegranates"~By Ken Churches

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/28/2008 09:38 AM
The pomegranate is associated with the most ancient civilization in the Middle East. Judging by some of the earliest records, the pomegranate is native to Persia and the surrounding area. It was also cultivated in ancient Greece and referred to by Greek writers several hundred years B.C., even before the advent of the almond, peach or apricot. Spanish missionaries brought the pomegranate to the New World soon after Cortez conquered Mexico in 1521. As the missions moved north to California, so did the fruits grown by the padres....

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Columbia Nursery and Florist Held their 2nd Annual Bridal Faire Today!~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/26/2008 09:55 PM
Columbia, CA…. The Columbia Nursery and Florist held their Second Annual Bridal Fair today January 26th, 2008. The Bridal Faire was from 11am-3pm inside the quaint nursery. Fifteen brides and grooms attended the fair and visited eighteen booths of the most sought after wedding vendors in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties....

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Featured Business of the Day..."EwePhoric Yarns!"

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/22/2008 10:55 PM
Arnold, CA...We would like thank Susanne and Dave Bergum and staff of EwePhoric Yarns for their continued support of ThePineTree.net! "First, your eyes widen . . . everywhere, e-v-e-r-y-where . . . eye candy. Inhale . . . lanolin, lavender and sweet grass . . . exhale with an exaggerated “oooh”. Your mouth waters; your hands twitch . . . sport, worsted, bulky and bulkier wool . . . cotton yarns, baby yarns, sock yarns . . . mohair, cashmere, angora and...
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Watch Out Frogs, Calaveras County Also Has Rubber Chickens!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/21/2008 09:56 PM
Vallecito, CA...Have you ever been out to Twisted Oak Winery in Vallecito? Well, if you haven't yet, you are really missing out on something special! They are a bit "Twisted" out there at the winery, but that is was makes it such a unique place to visit where they are famous for their Rubber chickens!....
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A Look At Angels Camp Through The Eyes of Our Visitors

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/18/2008 11:55 AM
Angels Camp, CA...Brought to you by the City of Angels Camp, ."A Look At Angels Camp Through the Eyes of Our Visitors" will take place on February 6, 2008 at the Angels Fire House in Angels Camp from 6~9pm. Who should attend? Businesses, Public Officials, Local Organizations and Local Residents. Full Flyer enclosed....
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A "Vintage Chat" on Chatom Vineyards With Owner, Gay Callan~By John Hamilton

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/18/2008 11:39 AM
Douglas Flat, CA... We had the pleasure of spending 30 minutes with one of the integral parts of the local wine industry, Gay Callan of Chatom Vineyards. Gay Callan and Chatom Vineyards have been growing and producing great wines here locally in Calaveras County since the early 1980's. Now with over 20 area wineries and more on the way we thought it would be a great time to spend a few minutes getting to know one of the people and businesses that has been here for much of the industry's growth. Gay is a native San Franciscan but her family has deep farming roots in the Central Valley.
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Hey Ladies Are You Ready for a Girl's Night Out?

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/17/2008 09:47 AM
Murphys, CA...It's Ladies Night at Ironstone Vineyards, a night for the girls to get away, relax with a glass of wine and have fun. Ironstone Vineyards will be hosting Girl’s Night Out, Friday, February 8, 2008, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., as a benefit event for the Calaveras Women’s Crisis Center...
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"Swiss Fondue"~By Jenny Baxter of Jenny's Kitchen

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/15/2008 12:41 PM
Greetings from Snowbird...Well, it’s time to hit he “powder,” which is the term used by any skier or snowboarder who has ever traversed the mountains of Utah. Visiting my sister, Peggy, and her family this winter brought me delights I never imagined!...
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