Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tom and Weber – Ready for Spring!

Springtime loosens winter’s grip gradually:  one day warm and sunny the next day cold and snowy. By the calendar, one day it’s Winter and the next day it’s Spring but our weather rarely gets the message.  So goes the month … Continue reading

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Collecting Treasures

“Memory is a child walking along a seashore.  You never can tell what small pebble it will pick up and store away among its treasured things.”                         Pierce Harris    Atlanta … Continue reading

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Bee Sweet!

On the way to visit my neighbor,  I stopped to admire a clump of spring bulbs blooming in her yard.  Look who else was enjoying the flowers! Sweet! My Dad was a beekeeper and I was the beekeeper’s assistant.  My … Continue reading

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What is that noise???

The sunshine had returned after another bout of snow and slowly I strolled down the hill toward the pond to check on the little mass of eggs that I had spotted there last week.  All morning I had heard birds … Continue reading

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A Watershed World

I have a small pond close by.  It is only filled by rain and run-off so its depth is ever changing. Sometimes it dries up altogether and many little creatures lose their happy home.  Late Fall and early Winter was … Continue reading

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