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Here on the Concord River, we serve sushi so fresh it will flip itself off your plate. Our greens are tender, succulent, and bursting with flavor. Even our insect selection rivals any five star restaurant on the California coast. Nothing … Continue reading
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All invitees are in attendance and it’s time to parteé! First on the list of guests are the hummingbirds! They took their sweet time getting here, since the migration map had them in my area two weeks ago. But, now … Continue reading
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With a nod to the spaghetti western of 1966 (Really? Was it that long ago I fell in love with Clint?), here is my saga, set against the backdrop of the Concord River. The Good The hummingbird garden is in … Continue reading
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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