Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Mt. Mulch at Homegrown Mini-Golf - Kerhonkson, NY

it is chopped wood (often old shipping pallets) that holds moisture in and (theoretically) keeps weeds from growing. been hauling wheelbarrels of the stuff around Wunder Gurl's mini-golf in Upstate NY. it's Splinter City to handle without gloves, but it does smell good. cedar, i think.

it can come in lots of colors...

and it even comes in yummysmelling flavors...

...and the Black Thumb Curse seems to be fading - seeds i planted actually sprouted and my babyplants now dot the golf course. strawberries i planted at DG are also looking good. and WG gave me a calla lily plant for my b-day that i have managed not to kill.

i like this gardening thing.

NP: roomie is playing Jerry Lee Lewis Live at the Star Club in Hamburg, Germany...when rock 'n' roll was dangerous.

PEEVE DE JOUR: Chase Bank has just become attrocious. everything they do is wrong, inconvenient and/or extremely inconvenient. i've been with them since the '80's (my accounts were with Chemical Bank, which Chase bought), and am seriously considering jumping ship. am also preparing a blog post on the death of retail banking...bitching to be continued.

JOIE DE JOUR: beautiful summer-y day. riding my bike and leaving the car parked.


Cashew Crunch


Come Join the Party!

GLENN MERCER is celebrating the release of his first ever
solo CD titled "Wheels in Motion" on June 23rd at Maxwell's. We'll be playing songs from the CD and Feelies favorites.

For more info on the show go to:

For info on purchasing the CD go to:

Hope to see you @ Maxwell's on the 23rd!

cb...where are you?



Blogger K.A. said...

"(theoretically) keeps weeds from growing"

Well, Tania's the gardener, but I can confirm that it does.

4:24 AM  
Blogger CBeezwax said...

i say theoretically 'cause some of these tuffbuggers punch right thru the landscape cloth AND the mulch.

in the next life, i'm coming back as a weed.


8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The mulch in the big pile is cedar, the by-product of a local industry. I get it straight from the saw mill, and it's pretty gnarly stuff. The mulch you buy at the hardware/garden store tends to be more domesticated, and even sometimes dyed.

BTW, that pile is much smaller today than when when the photo was taken yesterday. My dogs are dog-tired!


7:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is almost July. Have you taken care of Mt. Mulch yet? :) All the best,
KS in Cleve - burg

3:39 PM  
Blogger CBeezwax said...

i know - have zero time these days to update/play blog.

but Mt. Mulch is gone.


12:22 AM  
Blogger Richard said...

Hey, Chris -
If I had only known you were a mulch kind of guy, I would have asked you to enter my "Mulch Madness" contest.

And the winning entry:

To have the fun...
Richard Factor (Eventide)

9:47 AM  

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