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Ours is not to wonder why…

…We have bigger fish to fry! About a year ago Barry’s ex-colleague lazily suggested one late autumn morning in between coffee sips, “Ours is not to wonder why…” and Barry, ever-the-fisherman replied, “We have bigger fish to fry!” He told … Continue reading

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What should I write about? When? Why?

After three years of blogging some nights I sit at the computer and think–“what?”–what shall I write?  Is there a theme which should be encompassed?  Should I focus on Lake Superior and the land?  The geography?  The region, the people, … Continue reading

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Shadows and reflections

When you look at the world, what do you see? Do you see what is obvious? Do you see what is hidden?  Do you see reflections? Do you glimpse shadows? Do you see only that which looks solid, obvious, concrete?  … Continue reading

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Do squirrels eat wild mushrooms & do you like questions more than answers?

You’re wondering if red squirrels eat wild mushrooms, aren’t you?  You’re wondering if I really saw a red squirrel fiercely chomp into a wild mushroom, leap five inches into the air, grab the wild mushroom between its jaws and run … Continue reading

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Live the questions now…

I am still pondering this August theme of peace and simplicity (announced assuredly and confidently in the first blog of this harvest month.)  Naively, I assumed it would be a breeze, a piece of cake, an easy assignment to contemplate … Continue reading

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