Photo: Shutterstock As we head deeper into the summer months, the outlook for America’s power grids does not look good. According to North American
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Since we moved to our house five years ago, we’ve been converting several areas that were formerly maintained as mown lawn to meadow. This is the
By now, we’ve embraced the notion that outdoor entertainment is hot — consumers want it, the pandemic is driving it, and spaces are being
The term “smart home” is important to our industry. The trouble is, while everyone pictures something when they hear the term “smart home,”
The last thing owners of luxury homes want is technology that detracts from the exquisite design and architectural elements of their living spaces.
Selling to the super-rich is, in many ways, not much different than dealing with the average customer. Clients in this demographic expect to be heard
Amidst the hustle of holiday preparations and merriment, I stole a few minutes of quiet out in the neighboring field on a sunny afternoon. A
The neighboring field is thick with goldenrod, thorny wild roses, tangles of bittersweet, and tall grass. Most of it hasn’t been cut back in more
Our list was long last weekend: paint the back porch railing, fix windowsills, repair broken glazing, prime bare trim, rake leaves, mow the lawn,
Happy to be with a workshop group in Washington, DC. I have worked in Washington a lot, but it has always been on directed, specific assignments.
The field next to our property is in its full glory lately. Bees are buzzing in the goldenrod, asters are blooming in shades of white and purple, and
By Betsy Washington, Northern Neck Chapter June is always an exciting month in the many freshwater wetlands in the Northern Neck and beyond as many
It’s the Fourth of July Weekend! Break out the hot dogs, the beer, the ball game and the sunscreen. Not to mention the tripod and a cable release
By Betsy Washington, Northern Neck Chapter Today, the first day of April, has dawned cold with rain and winds after a week of mild weather, and I
By Nicola McGoff, Jefferson Chapter You drive by it every day, without notice. It is just a field. An ordinary everyday field. Square shaped or