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Looking Back from the Knife Edge of Summer

Sitting here this morning under steel grey skies I can feel the knife-edge of the summer. The autumn is so close—three days and the season will be officially upon us. Truthfully, looking at the world outside I think it’s already…
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Waiting for the Rain

Have you ever been thirsty? So thirsty you can’t even move—thirsty like you’re buried in the hard, dry earth and you’re so far down you can’t see the sky to even hope the clouds that have rolled in will bring…
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Lady Slippers and Indecisive Rain

“I think it’s going to rain.” Brian said as he looked up at the sky through the canopy of pines.  “What did you say the percentage was?” I shrugged it off.  “Twenty-five percent chance.  I think we’ll be okay.” “Are…
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Fiddleheads

Although this is my twelfth spring in New England (and Brian’s ninth), we still struggle to remember how much later the seasons start than in our native Colorado and Pennsylvania respectively.  The ocean keeps things cooler in the spring and…
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