Monthly Archives: April 2018

“Grape Vine Lashings”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“Late Morning Walnuts”

“Snapshot Saturday”  

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“Perhaps is the promise of tomorrow…”

Saturday, 29 October 1763: Five blue jays hollered on the ridge. A silent, chipping sparrow bobbed up and down on a dainty sprig. The ruckus intensified. Blue-feathered blurs darted about like bees hovering around fresh-bloomed posies. The calm, late-afternoon air … Continue reading

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“An Afternoon Pipe”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“Getting to Backcountry Business”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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Oh, What Fun!

Two red-winged blackbirds chortled. One perched on a flimsy red willow in the swamp, and the other sang from the hillside, not that far ahead. A distant “honk, honk, honk…” emanated from the east, and a series of “ke-honks” came … Continue reading

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