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Posted by Dave the Lighthouse Keeper
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 Of all the people in history that have reached 65 years of age, half of them are living right now.
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History did you know?

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  • Did you knowHawaii was originally called the Sandwich Islands
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  • Did you knowTokyo was once known as Edo
  • Did you knowthe tea bag was invented in 1908
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Posted by Dave the Lighthouse Keeper
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Thanks Dave!

I grew up being told about the benefits of dandelions, but I always saw them as nothing more than an annual yard invader to be gotten rid of at all costs.  

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It also makes great wine! When we get dandelions, we get LOTS OF DANDELIONS! They are everywhere! Along the driveway, in the garden, in the yard – hundreds (maybe thousands?) of dandelions. What do you do when you're overrun with dandelions? Eat them – and make some wine! The boys and I got picking and we gathered a large bowl full of dandelion flowers for wine and cookies, plus some greens for a decoration. (Boy photos are from 2010. They have grown quite a bit since then, but I kept these photos here for the happy memories.)

 

Link: https://commonsensehome.com/dandelion-wine-recipe/

 

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