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Farewell Umbrella Skies

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The summer wind has blown past and the umbrella skies of cobalt blue, the emerald flashes of the hummingbirds, and the bright yellow blossoms of the sunflowers are no more. Autumn winds will now blow through my corner of the … Continue reading

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Henry James said it best,

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“Summer afternoon, summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” Welcome Summer 2018. You’ve been missed. Spring was grand but nothing speaks of the joys of childhood better than you, my … Continue reading

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She’s baaaaaaack!

While filling the feeder tonight, I heard a soft quack behind me. Mama! You would have thought I had just been visited by Apollo, I was so excited. I knelt down to offer her some cracked corn, and she came … Continue reading

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A small spot on 16 miles.

The Concord River is 16 miles, starting in Concord and ending north, in Lowell. I find the fact that my river flows north very cool. It’s like a miniature version of the Nile and I own a small spot on … Continue reading

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