In Nature

In Nature

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April 18, 2017

Follow A Bit of Paradise       There are people, places, and things, which often leave one with more questions than answers; such was this stop in Pennsylvania, near Wiley’s Bridge, No. 19.         The stone building beckoned us to stop, and explore both the interior of the...
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March 24, 2017

Follow A Place of Peace     Recently, I had the privilege of sitting in our friend’s garden, while I waited for everyone to finish their pesky obligations, which were in the way of celebrating a birthday. As I sat there, reading, I could not help but marvel at the beautiful...
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February 24, 2017

Follow Change is Upon Us   I love gardening; I love planting seeds and watching them sprout and checking their growth, and I love harvesting their bounty, be it flowers, fruits, vegetables or just plain beauty that welcomes you in allowing you to entertain, be alone, or chat with God. This...
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In the Garden

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January 9, 2017

Follow Over the River and Through the Woods       As I was making lunch, Kate walked into the kitchen and asked if I would like to go explore the woods, across the river, in our backyard. I instantly said yes, what a great idea; I then commented on the...
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In the Garden

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December 26, 2016

Follow Sargent E. Smith Community Garden     Many years ago, I had a small plot in a community garden, it was a delightful experience; and one I would highly recommend, especially to a gardening novice. Gardeners love to share their passion for playing in the dirt and will gladly give...
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In the Garden

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November 3, 2016

Follow Leaves, Just Leaves     “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ~ Albert Camus ~   I am well aware of how often I feature the dynamic and entirely exhilarating fall foliage, on these pages.     In my defense, I perhaps share with you...
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October 12, 2016

Follow Toward the End of the Season     Driving by Route 1, I spied this beautiful pumpkin, and had to pull over! I went into the charming establishment, 2 River Road Inn and Cottages, and asked if I could photograph their garden, a very kind clerk, notified the proprietor, who...
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September 8, 2016

Follow Corn, as High as an Elephant’s Eye     “There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow The corn is as high as an elephant’s eye An’ it looks like it’s climbin’ clear up to the sky Oh, what a beautiful mornin’...
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August 14, 2016

Follow Art in the Garden     I am constantly reminded that the things which I love, that feed my soul and imagination, are entirely intertwined, such as art in a garden. This garden is in Ogunquit, at the Museum of Art, offering breathtaking views of the ocean, as a backdrop....
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July 23, 2016

Follow Trellised Tomatoes     This summer I have enjoyed eating tomatoes picked fresh off of the vine, without so much as adding salt. I have not been growing heirloom tomatoes, though I would love to, instead, I have been reaping a harvest of tomatoes grown indoors, around the pool.  ...
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