Never before have I lived a place where you can both snowboard through fresh powder and sow seeds in your garden during the same day. We are fortunate to have spring come early in our part of the world.
I have been a member of the Greater Wenatchee Arbor Day Committee for 17 years. It has been such a pleasure to drive around North Central Washington and recognize specimen trees the committee has distributed over the past 25 years. The trees are thriving and are unexpectedly large!
Ask yourself — are those white-topped plants weeds or flowers? Whitetop, also known as hoary cress (Cardaria draba), is an early blooming noxious weed and will soon be popping up and getting ready for another season of prolific flowering.
Who wants to show off their little darlings to the world? If you or your family have photos as cute as this one of 4-month-old Zoey Bailey of Wenatchee checking out the front page of The Wenatchee World in September 2008, then send them in.
We all know that fashion is ephemeral. Do you remember that because President Kennedy did not wear a hat, men’s hats went out of fashion? In the late 1980s, did you have an interior design dominated by dusty pink and pale blue?