The Giant Pumpkin Moves into its New Digs!

After uncounted hours of site preparation and seedling care this spring by the pumpkin team we gathered yesterday afternoon to plant the chosen seedling.  The ceremony began quietly in the greenhouse with the selection of the lucky one from five candidate seedlings.  Once at the planting site folksy music played as we put the finishing […]

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Balloon Wars on the Path!

It was Mayhem! Bodies strewn everywhere! It was Balloon Wars! Summer of 2018 Featuring mega warrior Mica, Arbor and Corvus – who didn’t stand a chance, Daisy the warrior dog, and the warrior couture design skills of Caleb!

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Meet Dill, Katie’s trainee dog!

From Jodi, proud Mom: As a part of her Waldorf 8th grade project presentation this week, Katie made a slideshow showing different aspects of raising guide dog puppy “Dill.”  Katie and Jodi (who is an talented dog trainer) will have Dill through January or February of next year. Watch Dill’s story here.  When Dill makes it […]

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CoHo at Corvallis Women’s March 2018

Yes! We were there, but not altogether. Who knew it would be impossible for us to find each other in this small town? With between 3,000 and 4,000 marchers, most of the folks I knew who were at the march were impossible to find. I wandered around looking, but came up with no cohoots other […]

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New CoHousing Neighbors

Somewhere in the wilds of a South Corvallis neighborhood (two to three blocks from CoHo, as the heron flies) exists a cohousing community consisting of Great Blue Herons. Last summer, as Austin was walking home from downtown, he encountered a geezer who was gazing into a variety of tall evergreens in his yard and remarking […]

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Even Snails on the Path Do It!

On first glance, this cluster of snails on the path appeared to be having a meeting, convention, or a very quiet party.  However, on closer look, they were connected in pairs, making it more of a snail orgy.  My duty as a gardener probably should have been to destroy the enemy of plants, but some […]

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