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Emerge

Hi blog. This post comes courtesy of nature deciding to get in my face for once. The wife discovered a large, green caterpillar positioned on the wall near the door. I knew that it was a kind of swallowtail butterfly, … Continue reading

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The Very Green Caterpillar

Hi blog. We are well and truly into autumn.  The cicadas stopped singing long ago, the crickets taking their place as nature’s muses.  The red spider lilies have fallen, and my scant crop of persimmons is nearly ready for harvest.  … Continue reading

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Don’t Count Your Eggs

Hi blog. It’s that time of year again – too many family, social and work obligations, not enough sleep and the sun coming up early. This is just a quick post and a reminder of what can happen if you … Continue reading

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