Monthly Archives: May 2015


It’s been another passive-aggressive spring in southern New England. Showing up weeks late, spring arrived in a tremendous rush this year — trailing swarms of insects and rapidly pushing the temperatures up into the eighties. The daffodils and tulips which … Continue reading

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One grey day in the frozen depths of winter, I saw a flash of gold in the woods behind our place: fox!  It moved with a wonderful fluidity and sense of purpose, but wary and close to the ground. Later, … Continue reading

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