Monthly Archives: April 2009

Return of the osprey

Last summer I enjoyed the fishing antics of a belted kingfisher as he swooped back and forth over the lake just off the end of our dock. This spring as I started walking from the road past our camper to … Continue reading

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Well, we said we wanted change . . .

The new administration has taken the direction of government through a bootleg turn like hasn’t been seen since the Dukes of Hazzard went off the air. Some of those actions I have greeted with a sigh of relief. The most … Continue reading

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Walk much?

I stumbled upon an essay worth reading – just as soon as you get back from your walk.   Take a Walk by Bill Bunn gives what I hope is an only half-serious rationale for returning to our (assuming the … Continue reading

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Spring Breaks Out

Get the Flash Player to see this player. Spring takes on a different meaning when one lives in a cooler climate. New life is breaking out all around us in North Carolina. I hope you enjoy this little video of … Continue reading

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