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Ten to 12 inches of the fluffy stuff, falling at a rate of one to two inches per hour. Yesterday, I filled the bird feeders and gave the ducks a double helping of corn to help get them through today’s … Continue reading →
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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 →