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Reflections before the snow…

Hello, dear readers. I am so delinquent. First, these photos no longer depict what the western end of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula looks like. These photos come to you from Before the Snow. Last Saturday eve, to be precise.

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While visions of snowplows danced in their heads…

I’ll tell you:  writing our memoirs can be hard work.  Yesterday I blogged about Tasha, our half-coyote dog, and then dragged myself downstairs and lay utterly exhausted on the couch in front of the woodstove for at least an hour. … Continue reading

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The U.P. woods say “Hello!”

Unfurling fern                

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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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