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The Husky is now in its winter hangar and we dislike having to drive so far to enjoy flying Fire Horse. The hangar is dark and cold but the runway is long and plowed, so it’s the responsible thing to do. Good judgment is smart! Minimize Risk Most of us have an intuitive understanding of […]

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Meijer Botanic Garden, rooted in a royal past In the Far East, Asia Minor, Europe, and Meso-America the first botanic gardens emerged from royal pleasure gardens. In the modern sense of it, a idea for a botanic garden developed during the Classical era from the cultivation of medicinal herbs, later to include monastic gardens and […]

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Cold-hearted beauty When first snow fell in November Winter said, “Four months, maybe five and it’s over.” We’re saying, “About time!” Weeks of deep cold, painful cold, frost on the windows and ice on the walks, Midwestern winter be gone!   Another mighty Midwestern winter and still below zero By mid-February the first crocuses should […]

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Landscapes by common understanding are large in scope and scale. When we think landscape we think big and it’s no less so for the photographer behind their lens. Regular readers know that I’ve been thinking a lot about the big melt, anticipating, hoping that it would happen soon or even eventually. Night temperatures are still […]

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