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March 6, 2015, 12:00am

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Escape the city for that much needed time for the 2 of you!

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A tip from our Spa Director, Katie Gilligan... Get your feet summer-ready: use a foot file twice a week on the bottom of your feet while they are still damp from the shower to keep the dry, cracked effect from happening to you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Dig in! It's handmade trofie pasta with Adamo Riesling, piave cheese fonduta and honey mushrooms - oh, and it's a cabin special this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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Organic Gardening: Fruits and Veggies 101

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If you’ve decided to give organic gardening a go this year, start off by planting some sure-fire, low maintenance picks… Here’s a list of just some of the many easy crops you can pick and some hints for a successful start:

Beans: A great choice because they are tasty fresh or frozen, and there so are many varieties available. Do some research, though, because you may require a trellis…

Blackberries: They can grow almost anywhere you have the space and they are very low maintenance. When picking, beware of the thorns, wear thick gloves or try a thornless variety.

Carrots: They are easy to plant from seed, and you know they are ready to pick when the tops are visible above the soil. They tend to be a hit with kids, too.

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Organic Gardening: Keeping Pests Out!

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We know organic gardening brings fresh, pesticide-free produce and a healthier diet, but how do you save your bounty from hungry local wildlife? Here is a list of some of the more common garden pests and some time-tested tricks to help keep them out of your garden:

Insects: Got aphids? Consider attracting their predator, the lady bug (typically drawn to Queen Anne’s Lace, dill and fennel) who will eat up all those aphids.

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