Monthly Archives: September 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Preparing to mow the other day, I saw what I thought was a piece of paper by the stump of the pear tree lost in the storm.  It was what looked like an oyster mushroom, as if suddenly delivered there … Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Summer is becoming tired.  For a couple of weeks, the dogwood leaves have been dusty looking, turned inward.  The crepe myrtles have finished blazing.  Some tress have no blossoms left.  My pink crepe myrtle is loaded with buds, and time … Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

A couple of weeks ago, carpe diem said, “Go.  Soon aspens in Colorado high country will be turning.  See them again.  Hike up to Lake Beirstadt, walk through the aspen groves on the switch backs and look at them from … Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

September.  Sometimes September arrives and sits its thirty days, sits and swelters and sweats the last of summer’s heat and humidity.  They may be a few cooler days, but we can count on September’s being hot and humid.  Thomas Wolfe, … Continue reading

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