Monthly Archives: November 2014

What Lies Beneath

By Greg Lecker The title of this report is not intended to evoke horror, but a deeper contemplation. The past two weeks, I’ve been silently cursing the early return of winter, though not as much as residents of Buffalo, NY. … Continue reading

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Seasons Collide

By Mary Beth Pottratz The beauty of snow glinting in sunlight catches my heart every time I see it. Today is no exception! But the sight of golden tamarack needles lustrous with snow stops me in my tracks. Squirrel tracks … Continue reading

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Day Before the First Snow

by Mary Beth Pottratz Thick clouds mute the colors today. It doesn’t feel as cold as the thermometer’s39⁰. Tomorrow, several inches of the season’s first snow is predicted. But today, I can see deep into the forest’s jumbled collage of … Continue reading

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Time – Marching On

By Greg Lecker How is your daylight savings account doing? Not so well? The end of Daylight Savings Time is a good time to reflect on the amount of time one spent outdoors this spring, summer and autumn. Maybe it’s … Continue reading

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