Monthly Archives: June 2016

A Tomato Hornworm Stirs the Curious Naturalist

Natural History – The Tomato Hornworm I have often described myself as “a curious naturalist,” (especially after I read “The Curious Naturalist” by Sy Montgomery).  Perhaps, the garden helps feed my “curious naturalist” gene.  For example, this morning while encouraging … Continue reading

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Square-Corner Sunset

Photo of the Week  The sun, behind the clouds, was so low to the horizon that the clouds to the left created the shadow on the left side of the image. The lower clouds on the right cast a sharp straight … Continue reading

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Financially, Governments are Similar to Families: “It’s About the Money!”

Revised Repost from May 15, 2014 “Congress is like a garden. It takes regular attention and some hard work. Left unattended, the ‘weeds’ will choke out valued producers.”   (JLR 2016)* Here is what I still see—I am not an economist, … Continue reading

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