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Oct 15, 2020

Obituary: Kristine Lynne Franklin - Prescott Daily Courier

Jan. 13, 1965, in Independence, Iowa, to Robert and Sharon Allen. Her family moved to Prescott Valley, Arizona, in April 1969. She graduated from Bradshaw Mountain High School in 1983 as Valedictorian of her class. She married her sweetheart, Anthony Franklin, on June 1, 1983, five days after graduating high school. Kris always just wanted to be a wife and mother. Her life revolved around being a homemaker and mom to her four children. She and Tony also took in three other teens for a period of time who were also in need of a home. Kris became a born-again Christian as a young girl and was faithful to Jesus her entire life. She enjoyed reading, loved to work jigsaw puzzles and baking. She also loved listening to Christian music and was a huge fan of tenor David Phelps, actually getting to meet him and attend a Barn Bash at his home in Culeoka, Tennessee, just before starting her cancer treatment. This trip was a special highlight in her life. Kris is survived by Tony, her husband of 37 years; her children, Brandon (Dayna) Franklin, of Prescott, Lauren (Neil) Mitchell, Deanna Franklin and Dustin Franklin; her parents, Bob and Sharon Allen, all of Prescott Valley; grandchildren, Gavin and Mackenzie Franklin and Jayden and Cameron Mitchell; sister, Dian (Jason) Wood...

Jun 14, 2018

Flowers, notes and messages placed at mural of Savita in Dublin

Marcus Bradshaw (32), who returned home from the Czech Republic to vote Yes, wrote a note: "We came home in our droves for you." He said being in Ireland for the referendum was like "watching the Velvet Revolut...

Mar 23, 2018

Brian J. Cantwell: Turn a Skagit Tulip Festival tour into a good day of biking, hiking

Center, 511 Morris St., or download it online at Tip: Quietest roads on the flower routes are Calhoun, Beaver Marsh, Bradshaw and Young roads. To find fields with color, check the bloom map at Head out of town eastward to Chilberg Road. Follow as it jigs and jogs to connect with Calhoun Road. Continue to Beaver Marsh Road, go north (left), and, if you like, stop at RoozenGaarde demonstration garden (look for the windmill at 15867 Beaver Marsh Road; open year-round, $7 admission during spring bloom).Continue north to McLean Road and go west (left) to the next major crossroads, Bradshaw Road, then north to another demonstration garden, Tulip Town, 15002 Bradshaw Road (open March 31 through tulip season, also $7).At peak season, you can see plenty of field flowers without paying to visit the gardens, though the gardens assure some blooms and Tulip Town offers a “trolley” ride into a tulip field ($1-$2), whereas venturing into fields is mostly prohibited elsewhere.Return to La Conner by a route of your choice — consult the bloom map — for a round trip in the range of 14-15 miles.A longer rideExtend your two-wheel adventure with a little up-and-down exercise along the way: Continue north to the tiny yesteryear burg of Edison, home of galleries, fringe-culture dining, and what’s, for my money, North America’s best bakery, Breadfarm.From La Conner-Whitney Road, cross Highway 20 to Bayview Edison Road and just keep going until you intersect with (and continue a short distance farther north on) Farm to Market Road, which has North America’s best road name and is also a good return route.Along the way watch for bald eagles in treetops (you might need three hands to count them) and, in wet farm fields, great blue herons stalking voles. Also a possibility: late-lingering trumpeter swans and snow geese, which winter in the valley.Plan on about 30 miles round-trip, plus tulip detours. Avoid disappointment: Note that Breadfarm and some other Edison businesses accept cash or checks only.Leg stretchingWhether by bike or car, if you’ve seen the tulips and still need to stretch your legs, consider these pleasant walks:— Kukutali Preserve, an out-of-the-way bit of delight jointly managed by the Swinomish Tribe and Washington State Parks. It includes Kiket Island, connected to mainland (Fidalgo Island, actually) by a strip of land just wide enough for a gravel drive, limited to hikers these days. You’ll find old-growth trees, plus driftwood-strewn beaches with up-close views of Hope and Skagit islands, Similk Bay and, from the far point (2.2 miles round-trip), the inland side of Deception Pass Bridge.From Highway 20 on the way to Anacortes, turn south at the signal for Reservation Road. In 1.5 miles, bear right on Snee Oosh Road (a runner-up for good road names). At 3 miles, wat... (Twin Falls Times-News)

May 25, 2017

Festival of Flowers hosts Topiaries and Tastings

Beer, Thayer’s Furniture and Fine Gifts, Allura Bella Boutique, Sugar Boutique, The Frilly Frog, Blossom Shoes & Such, Main Street Market, The Bradshaw Group, Fig Fine Invitations & Gifts, The Museum, Wade’s on Waller, Think Tank on Main and Sweet Teas Children’s Boutique. More from this section (Story continues below) #block-545701 .additional-content { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content a { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content.horizontal-list { font-weight:bold; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h4 { line-height:22px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h5 { line-height:18px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h6 { line-height:16px; } #block-545701 .additional-content ul { padding-left:20px; } #block-545701 .additional-content li { padding:0px 0px 5px 0px; } #block-545701 .additional-content { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content a { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content.horizontal-list { font-weight:bold; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h4 { line-height:22px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h5 { line-height:18px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h6 { line-height:16px; } #block-545701 .additional-content ul { padding-left:20px; } #block-545701 .additional-cont... (Index-Journal)

Apr 7, 2017

This week's Tulip Festival events | Entertainment |

DISPLAY GARDENS — Tulip Town, 15002 Bradshaw Road, Mount Vernon: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, later if weather permits. Gardens, flowers, gifts and more. $7, free for ages 6 and younger. No pets. 360-424-8152.Tulip Town, 15002 Bradshaw Road, Mount Vernon: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, later if weather permits. Gardens, flowers, gifts and more. $7, free for ages 6 and younger. No pets. 360-424-8152.Azusa Farm and Gardens, 14904 Highway 20, Mount Vernon: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Display gardens, plants, flowers, art and more. 360-424-1580.AdvertisementChristianson’s Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Gardens, greenhouses, plants, art and more. 360-466-3821.Skagit Valley Gardens, 18923 Peter Johnson Road, Mount Vernon: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Gardens, plants, gifts, cafe and more. 360-424-6760.WSU Discovery Garden, 16650 Highway 536, Mount Vernon: Dawn to dusk daily. Gardens showcasing plants that do well in the Pacific Northwest. Docents on hand to answer gardening questions on the weekends.FIRST THURSDAY... (

Oct 27, 2016

Unsuspecting residents surprised with flowers on Petal It Forward Day

Swann of Nanjemoy. “I love cut flowers. I always buy them and put them in my house. Today I’m going to give the extra flowers to my daughter.” Evelyn Bradshaw of Clinton said she was truly surprised by the act of kindness and will “Petal It Forward” to her “wonderful” sister-in-law. “I love this and I’ve been looking for flower shops in Waldorf for a very long time,” said Waldorf resident Mya Westray. “I thought I would have to pay for them and I was so shocked. I will be buying some flowers from Country Florist from now on and I will give both of these bouquets away to my mom and my older cousin because they are the role models in my life.” Anderson said National Petal It Forward Day was a success in Charles County, and she hopes to continue to bring smiles to the faces of local residents through the beauty of flowers. Twitter: @TiffIndyNews ... (So Md News (subscription))