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Summer’s Lease

  Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? . . . Yet summer’s lease hath all too short a lease. Perhaps I’m alone in finding butterflies melancholy figures as they dance along the blooms, but their fragile beauty and … Continue reading

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Maybe the turning of the calendar is the key, but this afternoon out of nowhere close to a dozen Monarch were feeding on the Joe Pye on the boulevard.  So great to see them! And one lone Painted Lady in … Continue reading

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