Times Columnist Philip Potempa's mother Peggy compares wild blueberries aka "huckleberries," left, to today's traditional cultivated common blueberry varieties.
Phil Potempa's weekly farm column recipe.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. | A rift between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia attracted all the attention on a stormy day at Sawgrass. Swedish rookie David Lingmerth quietly went about his business and wound up atop the leaderboard Saturday in The Players Championship.
A silver maple tree runs through George and Gail Woods' treehouse, which has a bed and a sink with cabinets. George Woods only had one helper.
George and Gail Woods, of Hobart, stand on the rear deck of their treehouse overlooking Duck Creek. George Woods did most of the work himself, spending nine months on the project that began as a simple request from his grandsons to build a fort.
George and Gail Woods, of Hobart, show off their treehouse. George Woods built the house himself in about nine months completely from imagination with no plans. The idea originated from his grandsons' request for a fort.
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