Monthly Archives: October 2016

What we learn from Nature writers

Thoreau, Leopold, Emerson, Carson, Dillard, Kimmerer, Goodall, Ackerman and Teale are just a few of the people who over time fit into the genre of Nature writers. There are so many both historical and current writers I could go on … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading? – a little of everything

I have not posted for awhile because I try to always post after I have finished reading a book or two. At this point in my year I have reverted back to my ADHD self and am reading three, four … Continue reading

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Autumn -a time of gathering and sowing

“For man, Autumn is the time of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad.”  -Edwin Way Tealle The rain was in charge last night. Rivers were running down the curb side dragging leaves and … Continue reading

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Sharing the Bounties

It has been a wonderful fall in the mid west. The days are cool, sunny and a bit of a breeze to blow the crisp leaves around. There are days you can walk swishing leaves and smelling decay of leaves, … Continue reading

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