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SITY: Contrasts

As I was outside photographing spring flowers, I kept smelling pine. Eventually I realized that it was our old Christmas tree and wreaths, which had been thrown off to the side of the yard to await permanent disposal. That sharp … Continue reading

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Nature’s Persistence

I am often impressed by Nature’s persistence. Look at this tree growing out of a rock. There’s a sad bush on the border of our yard that appears to be some kind of blueberry/huckleberry. It doesn’t get a lot of … Continue reading

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Preschool in Retrospect

Dear Marshall, Your last day of your first year of school was June 24th. Ironically you almost missed the bus for the first time that morning. And it was partly because of dandelions, believe it or not. You just had … Continue reading

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SITY: First Honey Bee

I have not seen very many honey bees over the last few years. And every year we hear more stories about colony collapse disorder. So I worry every spring that there will be no more bees. It is always a … Continue reading

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