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Patriotic Blueberry Patch

My neighbors probably paused in surprise on their evening stroll. It’s mid-July and the Allains suddenly decorated a section of their garden in all-out red, white, and blue bunting. There’s a good reason for it, and it isn’t because I’m

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Listening for the Loons

Listen to the sounds of the loon on a New England lake and enjoy my photos of them.

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The Baby Chickadees Are Gone

We’ve enjoyed watching mama and papa chickadee busily carrying food to their babies. All through July, they zipped into the birdhouse with bugs and worms in their beaks. As soon as one parent exited, the other appeared and darted into

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Time for Camp

In New Hampshire, if you have a place in the woods or at the lake for weekends or vacations, it’s called a camp. Not being native to NH, I call it a summer home or vacation home or say “our

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