May 11th, 2019

Silence

I recently read a book entitled “Silence: A Social History of One of the Least Understood Elements of Our Lives” by Jane Brox. And I thought that it would be about nature because, for me, nature and silence go together….

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Silence

Mar 30th, 2019

Squirrel Behavior

I have spent countless hours as a peeping tom observing the many wonders of nature that exist in my back yard. Something that intrigues me pertains to how squirrels behave. I have built six squirrel boxes which I call their…

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Squirrel Behavior

Feb 17th, 2019

A Personal Search

At birth I was born a young boy already 8 yrs. old, no responsibilities, no homework, no judging, just playing SPUD in the street, until an infrequent car came along and altered the game—and then many years later when I…

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A Personal Search

Jan 7th, 2019

The Wonders of Nature . . . Not Necessarily Pleasurable

“The forest was constant and endless and patient above all things; it only tolerated the village, perched here as if on a cliff that must someday give way.” (Lake in the Clouds, Sara Donati) “The forest was patient above all…

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The Wonders of Nature . . . Not Necessarily Pleasurable

Sep 4th, 2018

The Squirrel and the Chipmunk

I have a lot of squirrels and chipmunks in my backyard, and I mean a lot.  My wife and I feed them, and have provided a housing development for the squirrels, which we call estates 1, 2, and so on…

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The Squirrel and the Chipmunk

Jun 29th, 2018

Wonders of Nature

“Look there’s a fawn in the water just up ahead.” said my wife sitting in the bow of the canoe.  “And it can’t get up he bank.”  She was referring to one of our early morning canoe trips in the…

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Wonders of Nature

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