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Ye olde Cubits.org newsletter for October 31, 2011Some numbers from last week:
- 17 new members.
- 2 new cubits.
- 107 new threads.
- 3,618 new posts.
- 27 new database entries.
- 35 new database images.
- 1 new database comments.
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Fall is here with Winter close on its heels. That means it is time again for the annual Hog Wild Seed Swap. A time of snorting, mud-rolling, and oinking, meeting old friends and making new ones, while swapping seeds.
Whether you have seed to trade, new to gardening and have only a limited amount of seed, or due to natural disasters lost your gardens and need seed to rebuild, come along and join in the fun. This swap has three parts to it with spots to fit just about everybody's needs.
Want to learn more? Just CLICK HERE.
|Mid Atlantic Musings||708 posts|
|Playpen of Graphics||328 posts|
|A Crafty Cubit||212 posts|
|Hooked on Hoya||178 posts|
There were 3 new articles published last week:
Spotlight: Mickey Oswald (meickle2003)|
By Brenda Essig on October 31, 2011
This week I am delighted to bring into the Spotlight a lady whose friendly and outgoing nature shines through in her posts in the forums. Interviewing Mickey was a treat. I found her to be everything I had expected her to be and so much more.
It's Seed Swapping Time!|
By starlight1153 on October 30, 2011
For many years now, from the month of November to December, the annual Hog Wild Seed Swap is held. This is a chance for you to find new types of seed to grow, get rid of unwanted seed you may have,and to have a bit of fun and make new friends while expanding your gardens. Read about it, and then fo...
SAMHAIN, HALLOWEEN, and DAY OF THE DEAD|
By LaVonne on October 27, 2011
Last year I presented an article surrounding the celebration of Samhain (pronounced sow-een). I thought this year I would bring together celebrations of other societies that occur at this same time of year and we could see how they are very similar.
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