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Fish Nests

Little fish, in the shallows,
where the sun turns
the soil to gold,
your round nest
blooms next to others,
forming a pattern
like dandelions on a lawn. 148 more words

Poetry

Check If The Museum is Open Before Driving an Hour | Three Peaks and a Valley #13

This series, Three Peaks and a Valley refers to three positive moments and one negative moment that happens during a twenty-four hour period of my life. 429 more words

Stories For Strangers

Hiking in "Bad" Weather

A lot of folks shy away from hiking in bad weather.  They find it generally less pleasant when its too cold, too hot, too rainy, too windy or whatever.   368 more words

Hiking

A Very Unusual Day

Penmanship Class

Swiftly slithering along the stone wall
my father built with his two hands, the
garter snake followed our journey
down the road to the school bus. 543 more words

Sturbridge

Thursday Doors – Gingerbread Village

Up until last Friday, I had a different post planned for today’s Thursday Doors. I won’t tell you much about it, since I might use it next week. 479 more words

Thursday Doors

Christmas Tradition

It doesn’t take much for something to gain “tradition” status with us. Lunch at the Polish Deli in Pittsburgh is now a tradition. Breakfast at Eat’n Park is a tradition. 971 more words

Family

Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village

An 1830s New England Living History Museum

This small village was created in the 30’s by a family of antique collectors. Some of the buildings on this property date back to the 1700’s. 628 more words

Cottage