Tag Archives: Finland

Isolation Antidotes (28): Finland Flashback

During my nineteen years of job-related travel around the world, one of the countries that I most enjoyed was Finland, probably because it reminded me so much of Minnesota. In fact, and very logically, there are many Finns who have … Continue reading

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A Liking for Lichens: Finland (Part 2)

I have had many comments on the little bit of lichen that helped to adorn my recent photo of the Hepaticus flowers, and a number of you have asked for more of my lichens, so here’s another chapter.  During an … Continue reading

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A Liking for Lichens: Finland

A lichen is not a single organism, but rather it is a combination of two organisms which live together intimately. Most of the lichen is composed of filaments of a fungus, but living among the filaments are algal cells, usually … Continue reading

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Century Celebration

Dear friends and followers, this is my 100th post.  I have been pondering how I should best arrange a celebratory post.  First please accept my grateful thanks, all of you who have been following my website since I joined WordPress … Continue reading

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