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Collectives: A Sleuth of Bears

Bears in the backyard! There are two more cubs behind Mamma in the shrubbery. Honest! (Why sleuth? Maybe it’s because sleuth is a word that means tracks, or tracking, which bears certainly leave.) (Update: When we moved from the Berkshires … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Old-Fashioned, 3

All good old-fashioned fairy tales begin: Once Upon a Time — So — here we go. Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldilocks who went for a walk in the forest and saw a wee little … Continue reading

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Are Canadian Bears the Only Ones with Universal Health Care?

Who said our neighbors to the North are always serious sobersides? Here in the Berkshires we have black bears in our backyard, but we’ve never had a helicopter arrive with a television personality and a scientist aboard to count ’em, … Continue reading

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Collectives: A Sleuth of Bears

Bears in the backyard! There are two more cubs behind Mamma in the shrubbery. Honest! (Why sleuth? Maybe it’s because sleuth is a word that means tracks, or tracking, which bears certainly leave.)

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DANCES WITH BEARS, STRUGGLES WITH BOOKSHELVES

We’re coming up on a Month in the Country, and where are we? Still in a secluded Paradise, as a book of readings on Berkshire County I bought yesterday modestly subtitled it. So it is, although if you remember, Eden … Continue reading

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