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Sundogs

Sometimes, getting the view we want to see requires that we endure some discomfort… like taking pictures in a minus twenty wind chill. Continue reading

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A Bit Bizarre

According to those whose business it is to know such things, the last time it snowed in these parts in the first week of May was in 1908. Being barely able to remember it myself, Continue reading

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Unseasonably Gorgeous

It was surreal to see the white clustered shapes of Bradford Pears nearly disappear against the sudden backdrop of snow. Fallow fields showed pure white. The northern edges of bare-branched trees starked white-boned sketches against the hills. Continue reading

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A Little Off-Target

As we made our way to church that Sunday morning in the Chevy station wagon, Dad plowed through several drifts that were close to two feet deep. Continue reading

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Deep Stuff

Our response of help to others might be based on our empathy, spurred by remembrance of our own needs in times past or in anticipation of those in the future. Continue reading

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