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Let it rain….

“If the rain comes, They run and hide their heads, They might as well be dead, If the rain comes, If the rain comes” – The Beatles, Rain It started raining Saturday night, rained all day Sunday, took a short break Monday, and it … Continue reading

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As the wind blows

An ancient breeze blows through the trees, Shaking yellow dust off limbs that sway in motion. The air is filled with tiny spores of Spring, Journeys carried in gust beyond our horizons. As Winters death releases her cold grip, Life pulls itself … Continue reading

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Daylight giving back time

“I don’t mind going back to daylight saving time. With inflation, the hour will be the only thing I’ve saved all year.” –  Victor Borge This Sunday is Daylight Savings Time or as I like to call it, Daylight Giving … Continue reading

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The curse of yard work

I love being outdoors. Well let me back-up, I love being outdoors when I am doing something that I enjoy doing and that list has grown a lot shorter as my years have grown longer. I have a big yard. … Continue reading

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Rare views

“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” –  John Muir We spent the weekend in a cabin up in woods outside of the DuPont State Forest. There was nothing fancy about the accommodations, a soft … Continue reading

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It’s Raining Acorns part II

Back in August I posted my acorn thoughts, reflections and predictions. Well here I sit, October 20th and we, as I thought we would, are being bombarded by acorns. Apparently, this is a big year for acorns not only in … Continue reading

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Losing Dogwoods

At the time of the crucifixion, the dogwood had reached the size of the mighty oak tree. So strong and firm was the wood that it was chosen as the timber for Jesus’ cross. To be used for such a cruel … Continue reading

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