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February 2013 blog

Last month I reported that a tiny Saw Whet owl had struck my car. I associated the death of the bird with the then recent gun murders of children in Connecticut, and tried not to see it as a personal omen of impending death. But sadly I was...
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Summer Solstice 2012

Hear the voice of the Bard! Who present, past, and future sees; Whose ears have heard The Holy Word That walked among the ancient trees. ~ William Blake, Songs of Innocence and Experience A lot of folks have been thinking about the tornado we had last year –...
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SUMMER IS HERE – Happy Beltaine all!

This year for the first time since I arrived in 1986, the hawthorns actually bloomed on schedule. We were able to celebrate Beltaine, the Celtic start of summer, on the afternoon of April 30. For those who don’t know what the fuss is about, Beltaine (or May Day)...
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