Monthly Archives: September 2015

Something to crow about …

East side, west side, all around the town …whether I’ve been pounding the pavement in the neighborhood, or pacing the perimeter path at Council Point Park, as of today I’ve racked up 500 walking miles in 2015. I’m ecstatic since … Continue reading

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Are we all moonstruck?

Now that the papal visit to the U.S. is drawing to a close, the nation can now turn its attention to tonight’s colossal moon and the lunar eclipse. This is big stuff, since you don’t need a fancy-schmancy high-power telescope … Continue reading

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Whoa! Was that crisis averted or merely managed?

On Saturday morning that sun refused to rise and shine for the longest time. But … I had no room to talk, because neither did I. The alarm rang and I must’ve been dreaming as I couldn’t find the clock … Continue reading

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Up close and personal …

Mother Nature kicked that humidity up a notch or two today because the fog took its good ol’ time getting out of town. It lingered over the spacious fields at Council Point Park long after I arrived. In fact, when … Continue reading

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I wanted to say “top of the mornin’ to you Autumn” …

Today we welcomed Autumn. But, instead of our grumpy declaration that “parting is such sweet sorrow” which is usually muttered as we watch Summer slowly slip away, it sure is easy to embrace the new season given our simply spectacular … Continue reading

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Pumpkin patch patriarch.

I noticed that over the weekend many homeowners in the ‘hood hauled out their harvest and Halloween décor to give a touch of Fall flair to their front yards, even though the official event is still two days away. Scarecrows … Continue reading

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Morning has broken …

Sunup arrived. Soon thereafter, the first rays of the day began peeking through the blinds, beckoning me to come out and play, er … walk. I grabbed my gear and rolled out the door just as soon as I could. … Continue reading

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