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The Moth

With winter tightening it’s grip here in the United States, I stumbled across a photo I took last summer of a moth taking refuge on my window screen during the raging fire season. It stayed until the smoke cleared then … Continue reading

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Eagles Soaring

On an early Sunday morning drive in Steilacoom, Washington, we spotted a group of bald eagles flying above our car. My Smart phone is too old to do them justice. I captured two of the eight birds that circled above … Continue reading

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Here’s Your Sign . . . Septic Smarts in September

This is one of those signs from above that says it all. Enjoy the rest of your Septic Smart Week. I know the good people of Sequim (pronounced sk’wim, rhymes with swim) will be joining you. Ciao, Fannie   Save

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Summer Memories Before The Fall

My backyard early one morning in June before fire season started. “Every time I imagine a garden in an architectural setting, it turns into a magical place. I think of gardens I have seen, that I believe I have seen, … Continue reading

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Frog Flees Attack Rose, Didn’t Make the News at 11

It’s June, the month of roses. This rose bush traveled many miles to my garden. The original owner nicknamed it “Attack Rose”. Every time her mother walked near the bush she would get caught in the thorns. I received the … Continue reading

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The Winter of ’07 Kicks the Spring of ’17

Our spring weather is still hanging out with the lion. Cool, windy, dark, rainy, with a few tantalizing sun breaks. After combing through old photo albums, I reconnected with these photos and counted this year’s spring lion in the blessing … Continue reading

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Woodpecker Lumber

The hammering stopped. My husband opened the lid. A 20-pound bag of peanuts spilled into the new bird feeder. He stepped back to join me. Dappled sunlight filtered through the cedar branches landing on the feeder. A Stellar’s Jay’s raucous … Continue reading

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