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Our Seasons

Matthew Bodek, ago

I’m continually amazed at the wonders of nature and in this part of the world the passing of the seasons is astounding.  The temperature, the amount of daylight, and the types of precipitation ... [+]

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Clara E. Berkey, ago

A squirrel scampered across my branches as I swayed in the breeze. Three eggs slept in their nest. A fox slunk by shrouded by bushes. It was November 16, 2018 and I stood there observing it all. ... [+]

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Winter in the Garden

Mary Frances McLaughlin, ago

When the last of the flowers succumb to the cold and my time in the garden comes to a sudden end, I rummage through the garage and resurrect an assortment of bird feeders, fill them, and set ... [+]

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Bow Watch

Rebecca Silvey, ago

Excitement flows over me as I stand at the bow of the SSV Robert C. Seamans, the square-rigged research sailboat currently gliding through the dark ocean night. Salty air fills my nose and ... [+]

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Be Aware

Gabrielle Kahng, ago

p style="text-align: center;">“The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quite alone with the heavens, nature and God. Because only ... [+]

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Reclaim the Forest

Ana Weinfurter, ago

I can feel everyone around me shaking in fear. We were all crammed in this small box and it is now shaking and rattling around us. I try to comfort my little sister who is clinging to me for ... [+]

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Grandpop's Cabin

Susan Wells-Johnson, ago

Since I was a baby, I have been going to Red Rock Mountain. My grandfather's cabin still lives in the woods, and while we are not always there, the cabin is in good company. You see, there is ... [+]