Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Elusive Common Loon’s Unforgettable Voice

Loons are water birds, very shy, and lead a solitary life. They are carnivorous  as they are able to dive to depths of 200 feet in the lake water to feed themselves.  Their life of up to 30 years  is … Continue reading

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Nine Corner Lake

We discovered this gentle slope hike of one mile and one mile down. There is an amazing surprise at the top, a lake with a rope to   jump far out from the rocks into a deep, refreshing pool.   … Continue reading

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An Inspiring Indian Dad and Husband

This story will touch your heart, maybe even your tears.  Aditya Tiwari is an amazing young man.  First he was the youngest man in India to adopt a child at the age of 25.  And if that was not enough, … Continue reading

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Monsoon

Take shelter where you can find it !  At least he is not sharing the cover  with a monkey! Thanks, Judy !

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Under the Hemlocks, Canada Lake

This is Canada Lake, only an hour from where we live, near the Great Sacandaga Lake in the Adirondacks in New York State. Here are the grandchildren enjoying the view across the small, intimate lake. The kids swam and swam … Continue reading

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The Holllies . . . . . “Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress”

    The Hollies are an English Rock & Roll band from Manchester in the north of England that became part of the  invasion bands to the US.   One of their  early members was Graham Nash.  They had a … Continue reading

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Kindness of Strangers

“Streetcar Named Desire” is  one of Tennessee Williams’ most famous plays, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1948. It was an instant hit  when it appeared on stage  in 1947.   Marlin Brando and Vivian Leigh lit up the screen … Continue reading

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