The Hidden Almanac

The Hidden Almanac

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Archive for September 2013

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-30

Today we will revisit the last public blooming of the Oracular Flower. Also, a farmer has a chance encounter with an aquatic creature. It is the Feast Day of St. Mellivora, and in the garden, the scarlet runner beans are coming in. Be safe, and stay out of trouble.

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-27

Today we recount the voyage of Hrolgar Hrolfsson and his crew. We also remember twin naturalists David and Eileen Horrowitz. It is the Feast Day of St. St. Elbert of Stonnbridge, and in the garden, it is time to harvest the onions. Be safe, and stay out of trouble.

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-25

Today in history we commemorate both the Great Tunnel and the mysterious appearance of butterflies. It is also the Feast Day of St. Celadon. In the garden, we have another zucchini suggestion. Be safe, and stay out of trouble.

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-23

Today on the Hidden Almanac, we will recount the flight of Saul Rothchilde’s amazing machine, as well as the history of the Wicker Man of Echo Harbour. It is also the Feast Day of St. Chelonia. And in the garden, flies can be an issue. Be safe, and stay out of trouble.

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-20

Today in history, the last performance by composer Irving Fleming happened 100 years ago. There is also a turtle. It is also the feast day of St. Calliope. In the garden, we discuss deer prevention. Be safe, and stay out of trouble.

The Hidden Almanac for 2013-09-13

Today is Friday the 13th, and marks the anniversary of both the patent on “snow-wurst” and the founding of Wardinghurst Manor. It is also the Feast Day of St. Carmine, and a good day for gardening. Welcome to the Hidden Almanac.