Monthly Archives: July 2015

Sunrise over the Cumberland Plateau

Photo of the Week The Cumberland Plateau rises up separating East and Middle Tennessee (the horizon in this photo). We call it a “mountain,” but it rises little more than 1000 feet above sea level. It serves us well, however, … Continue reading

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Picking Up a Reluctant Hitch-hiker

Natural History Post of the Month – Black Rat Snake Driving home along the country road, I rounded a sharp turn and immediately saw a snake stretched out on the pavement, soaking up the warmth of the sun. Unfortunately, and … Continue reading

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Grapes

Photo of the Week These grapes are on a fence erected specifically for them in our backyard.

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