Monthly Archives: June 2005

Rich in Dragonflies






On any given summer day, jeweled airborne needles relentlessly stitch up sunny afternoons in our yard. Because we live within a quarter mile of four ponds, a woodland stream, and their boggy surrounds, we are rich in dragonflies. They arrive … Continue reading

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Columbine at the Gates






We have a little brown and white dog, a foundling mutt with a proprietary air and an obsession with border security. He waits outside patiently for passersby to intimidate with raised hackles and a plaintive hound’s howl that, when it … Continue reading

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