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The Window Boxes of Beacon Hill (and Other Garden-Lover Spots in Boston)

Last week, I hit the road with my boyfriend and our dear friend to take on Boston. We hoped to learn about Boston’s history, tour Fenway Park, explore the New England coast, check out Quincy Market, drink some beer and eat some really good seafood (lobster rolls, clam chowder and lobster mac & cheese were […]

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Hit the Trails on Saturday, June 3 for National Trails Day!

We all know that walking is healthy and that general exercise helps us to be more calm, happy and alert. But studies also show that taking a walk during your lunch break can also lift your mood and helps you handle stress better at work. At the St. Lynn’s office, we’re lucky to have a […]

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The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness. –John Muir May 28, 1892. John Muir is elected as the first President of the Sierra Club. The original mission of the organization was to protect the Sierra Nevada Mountains. And my goodness, the things they’ve accomplished since then! In its very first conservation […]

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It’s Morel Season (from Good Mushroom Bad Mushroom)!

After a winter that felt like it would never end, one of the best parts of spring and warm weather is mushroom hunting! Perhaps the most popular mushroom (at least in America) is the Morel. And for good reason: Morel mushrooms are easy to identify, relatively common and taste delicious (Morels are arguably the most […]

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National Public Gardens Day

Tomorrow is National Public Gardens Day! As a garden book publisher, we’ve been very lucky to take in public gardens all over the country. I explored and photographed the Japanese, Chinese and Desert gardens at The Huntington Library (600+ photos later…), got stuck in a summer rainstorm at the Gibbs Gardens outside of Atlanta and […]

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