Monthly Archives: July 2013

Webnesday (7)

On Sunday, as I was looking at some of the wildflowers that are currently growing around the cabin, I found that very few of the panicled asters (Aster lanceolatus) were actually in bloom.  One in particular caught my eye, as … Continue reading

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Developing a taste for photography

We’re back at the lake for a week and after putting Fizzy to rest with other past pets, I put in a lot of work yesterday on the new growth that’s developing after the logging.  I really needed some quiet … Continue reading

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Farewell, Fizzy

We lost a family member today.  She was a kitten of six weeks when we adopted her from the Humane Society fifteen years ago.  She had such a combination of adorable outward appearance and underlying feisty character that we named … Continue reading

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Golden opportunity

Just the other day I paid my first visit to the seven-acre area that was practically clear-cut a year and a half ago, to have a look at the progress that the new growth is making.  It is very promising.  … Continue reading

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Webnesday (6)

We have a parcel of land across the access road to our cabin here in northern Minnesota, and I’ve been creating a hiking trail in the new growth that’s sprung up since we had it logged a year and a … Continue reading

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Here’s looking at you!

No, I have not abandoned my website.  Yes, I am still well and in great spirits.  No, I have not left my cameras sitting around gathering dust.  Yes, I have lots of new stuff to share—as time allows.  I just … Continue reading

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