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May 2018

May in Maine is always welcomed, and something to look forward to. The last of the dirty snow piles are gone, and the first flowers appear.  White trillium put on a nice show this  year.  I have a section of … Continue reading

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August 2015, Summer’s End

Summer is drawing to a close.  Although it’s still quite warm and humid, the sounds and smells are changing:  bird songs have changed and diminished, the crickets are more noticeable, and the air smells like apples and hay.  Leaves are … Continue reading

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September 2013

I had another busy month.  On September 7 I was invited to join Michael Graham Director of the Shaker Museum at Sabbathday Lake, at the Willis Henry Shaker auction at the Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, MA.  The best part … Continue reading

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