Monthly Archives: January 2007

A Few Words In Appreciation Of H2O






FROM THE ARCHIVE: At dawn last Friday, the mercury dipped below zero on the kitchen thermometer for the first time this winter. I didn’t really need to report that fact to Kate. She had ventured into the arctic “cold end” … Continue reading

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It’s January, When Squirrels Chase Down Love’s First Blush






The archeology of our brush pile recounts yard work and garden projects that stretch back six years to when we bought our place. We’ve been thinking about getting someone with a wood chipper to come around this spring to give … Continue reading

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Good Vibrations: The Chickadee and the New Year






This week started with a New Year’s Day — the day we greet at midnight by plucking at the endless string of time to make it sing “Auld Lang Syne.” As the champagne bubbles rose to our lips when we … Continue reading

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