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Articles from Sunset (June 1, 1986)

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"Bt"...nontoxic insecticide. 301
A new breed of little roses: the mini-floras; up to 2 feet tall, to try in pots. 491
A summer dip in the East Bay's swimming lakes. Directory 475
Alaska's tall-tale gardens...for real. 760
Assembly your own Armenian pizza (or is it an Armenian taco?) 766
Birds of the Great Basin. Book Review 98
Bon dancing all summer in Hawaii temples. 824
Bug checkers...you make them from dowels, just for the fun of it. 308
Cool enough for ferns and people...in Modesto. 298
Cozy sleeping den...it started as a dark bathroom. 234
Denver's downtown hot spot for tickets, information. 148
Discovering Jerusalem artichokes...salad, appetizer, or roasted whole. 775
Dolphins and friends at home in Vallejo. 1502
Dried fruit put to good use...in sauces, muffins, spreads, toppings, pancakes. 1695
Easygoing "peak" climbing just east of Berkeley. 970
Exploring British Columbia...by boat, train, plane, ferry. 1534
Expo opens. 2537
For flowers, for eating, for an arbor...scarlet runner beans. 412
Four rooms become two rooms...and two counters divide the new enlarged spaces. 232
Full of vegetables, this raised bed is easy to water, maintain, harvest. 333
Geology lessons as you hike...5 Tahoe choices. 1460
Geology of the Great Basin. Book Review 112
Getting around Vancouver can be an adventure in itself. 1253
Grand relandscape made room for turnaround and parking. 332
Grassy roof garden, flowering walls...built into the house. 296
Great Salt Lake's island-park...by raft-ferry. 319
Hiking the Canadian Rockies, with a helicopter head start. 386
Hiking through redwoods at a new midpeninsula preserve. 237
Indian artifacts on display at revitalized Sacramento museum. 324
June menus: skewered satay and salad supper, quesadilla and salsa breakfast, shrimp and pasta picnic. 1423
Lake Sonoma is up...and other good news after the Russian River floods. 503
Napa Valley's June 28 auction caps three days of wine events. 229
New game plans for cooking light. 784
Oak windowsill slip over aluminum. 221
Pasta salads...cool and stuffed. 982
Pears, plums, melons, and more...easy to dry and cooky-jar tasty. 2481
Privacy and openness in a tiny bathroom. 358
Professor Lau's marinade is a lesson in East meeting West. 1333
Remodeling ideas for more living space. Book Review 291
San Luis Obispo's "U-pick" Olallies. Directory 274
Sandbox, deck, lawn, flowers, view...in just 19 by 25 feet. 210
See a river begin in Utah's wasatch range. 224
Skylighted staircase meanders up to the new second story. 284
Slice and pound, it's monkfish scaloppine. 666
Slide, swing, slam. Pools that offer more than swimming. 579
Small side yard becomes shady retreat 176
Starflowers...dried they look like little space satellites. 273
Steinbeck work revived at Carmel's Forest Theater. 225
The "midnight sun" game; on Alaska's long sunny evenings, you can watch some very good amateur baseball. 557
The classic town square lives on in Hanford. 1717
The crafts people are coming to Oakland; bringing many special exhibits to the Bay Area. 985
The graceful grasses. 644
The plan is open, the energy efficiency is high. 409
Their kitchen grew bigger, better, bright. 260
They planted in June for a fall wedding. 460
They turned it into a three-station, many-cooks kitchen. 455
This corn cockle outshines its common cousin. 272
Trees of the Great Basin. Book Review 280
Turning fresh fruit into fruit leather, with or without a dehydrator. 864
Up Vancouver Island's west coast on the Lady Rose. 752
Versatile performer from Australia...tristania laurina. 346
Want to paint Mendocino? 197
What if we blow the lid off...that idea put a bright atrium garden right in the center of this 1953 North Hollywood tract house. 464
What to do with a steep, narrow yard? Decks and terraces. 228
When old faithful appears in your front lawn. 1543
Where to find hard-to-find grass. Directory 290
Wire cylinder protests flowers from bouncing basketball. 195

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