Saluda Notes – Bonnie Bardos

Sometimes you have to let Christmas trees go

“…For in this new garden of fresh start over with its mysteries of walking water, give thanks for late summer’s rose afternoons shading into amethyst, ... Read more

Saluda could stand to take notes on wabi sabi

Year after year after year  I have come to love slowly how old houses hold themselves— before November’s drizzled rain  or the refreshing light of ... Read more

Saluda could stand to take notes on wabi sabi

Year after year after year I have come to love slowly how old houses hold themselves— before November’s drizzled rain or the refreshing light of ... Read more

Paying in end for trying to save a buck

“This afternoon was the colour of water falling through sunlight;  The trees glittered with the tumbling of leaves;  The sidewalks shone like alleys of dropped ... Read more

Another Saluda treasure to be missed

We have lost yet another Saluda Treasure, one of our dwindling old-timers this past week. Horace Pace was a Saluda native who was a huge ... Read more

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