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Vintage clothing

Washington State University dresses up with display of early 20th centrury garments.

Page 4

Plenty of uses

A ladder from a garage sale can make a perfectly good trellis in the garden.

Page 6

Home still a winner

Built in 1981 for a home show, the Carson’s berm residence stands tall in their estimation.

Page 8

Staying along the course

For some people, living next to a golf course is a dream come true.

Pages 10-11

Green power

Biodiesel provides vehicles with a renewable source of fuel.

Page 12

Transplant now

This time of year is perfect for moving plants and for finding bargains at the nurseries.

Page 13

Just ripe

Pat Munts advises reader when to pick apricots for the best flavor.

Page 14

Not-so-secret-garden

Diane and Don Kelly’s cottage garden chosen

as Garden of the Month.

Page 17

Big splash

Bird baths provide entertainment for humans, refreshment for birds.

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