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It happens every year, so don't act so surprised when the view out your window is magically transformed - often overnight - into a glistening winter wonderland. For snow enthusiasts, an inner child beckons: Come out to play!
Years ago, we stacked some timber next to the woodshed near the Conservation Center's Rathbun House parking lot. Unfortunately, the wood got buried by the snowplow and forgotten. Last Monday, July 10, I finally decided to dig out and salvage what I could.
Like many homeowners, our weekends are occupied with tasks around the house and yard, particularly at this time of year. This Saturday we had a guest who was very interested in the mowing, weeding and trimming. Soon after I started work outside I noticed a fledgling crow. We have crows in t
I love hiking in the winter because the snow gives me the opportunity to see animal tracks. I live in Concord and usually walk the local trails, so I go to the same places over and over again, in every season and all kinds of weather. On today's walk, I found an animal track bonanza by a strea