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October 09, 2008

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I closed my eyes and imagined I was there tramping through the woods with a band of knowledgeable and passionate field observers, we wrote blogfriend Greenman Tim of Walking the Berkshires in the comments of his post announcing the first [Read More]

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Sissy Willis

Wonderful articles. I closed my eyes and imagined I was there tramping through the woods with a band of knowledgeable and passionate field observers.

Philosophically, I found myself comparing Edward Childs's All-American “there was no point in having all this if it could not be shared with others,” with Barack Obama's socialistic "My attitude is that if the economy's good for folks from the bottom up, it's gonna be good for everybody ... I think when you spread [other people's] wealth around, it's good for everybody."

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I didnt know this fact about oak tree

Bill West

Hi Tim!
I hadn't known about mast years for oak trees and how they effect
the local wildlife. I have noticed a lot more acorns littering
the walkway outside my apartment and after reading your article
I suspect I'll be seeing an uptick in the local squirrel population
chasing each other about the lawn next spring.

Oh, btw, I registered with the newspaper so I can read some more
of your writing!

Bill

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