Monthly Archives: October 2016

Talking – and Taking Accounts

By Greg Lecker Yellow leaves fall around me as I descend the switchback trail from Berens Cabin into the Grace Dayton Woodland.  Though past peak, autumn colors still delight.  It’s easy to see through the trees now.Morning’s first light breaks … Continue reading

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Color Collision

By Mary Beth Pottratz The morning air is still nippy, but robins and finches still chortle short little tunes. A raptor kettles upward against deep blue sky dotted with puffs of cloud. A fiery skipper butterfly stretches its proboscis for … Continue reading

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Quick to Fade

By Greg Lecker The early bird gets the worm or the experience.  Backlit fog – “morning glow” – is our reward for enduring frost advisories this weekend.  As I drive through the parking lot towards Three Mile Drive, an overhead … Continue reading

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The Interlude Is Over

By Boak Wiesner Blazing colors of fall are in full swing this beautiful morning. The crispness of the air seems to make every leaf, every flower stand out. I find myself agreeing completely with Prof. Leopold’s assertion that the other … Continue reading

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