Monthly Archives: June 2012

Of fierce flora and fauna

You may recall my reporting the spontaneous demise of my almost-2-year-old Pentax Optio W-90 while I was in North Carolina, on a wonderful hike with my brother just a few weeks ago.  Briefly, it refused to turn on for a … Continue reading

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The Little Beauty and the Wee Beastie

Yesterday I went for a hike on a portion of a woods trail that I started decades ago and have been working on improving ever since.  The woods, however, were getting so old that the hypermature ones were dying and … Continue reading

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Forest Friends

Pant, pant, puff, puff, I’m way behind (still), and by the time the maintenance projects are finished and dinner’s in the tummy, the bed looks better than the computer.  Anyway, to help to ease my aching conscience, here’s a start … Continue reading

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Circle of Life

I have offered only one real post during the course of the last three weeks, the direct result of two momentous family transitions. The first was the passing of my mother, only a few days after I returned home from … Continue reading

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Bestema, brookies, and beetles

It’s been a very busy time since my last post.  I’ve been struggling to try to keep up with my inbox, checking out all the new posts I follow and fielding comments on my recent ones. Anyway, I’m back at … Continue reading

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