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Listening, listening, to what wants to be said

Yesterday I walked down “Tamarack Trail” looking for color. OK, it’s not really called Tamarack Trail. You can call it “Larch Lane” instead if that sounds more lyrical. A logging crew clearcut this patch of woods about a mile or … Continue reading

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Needles of fiery-orange

I didn’t want to deceive you. First, you must look at the first two photographs.  They show what much of the Upper Peninsula woods looks like now. Most of the autumn leaves have fallen.  The long swaths of brilliant color … Continue reading

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