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Here in the US Midwest, this tall, fast growing tree with its distinctive leaves is a familiar presence in residential landscapes in almost every suburb and small town. Its common name is “tulip tree,” but you have to be paying … Continue reading
Two Jacks-in-the-Pulpit* at different stages of development, side by side at the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation last weekend. *Jack-in-the Pulpits? I am unsure of the correct plural, so I used the one I thought looked cooler. (For camera geeks: … Continue reading
It’s no secret around here that we love the football. Not the American gridiron kind that’s becoming more and more problematic to support with every year that passes, but the original kind as played by folks in short pants and … Continue reading
Those lovely tropical orchard’s– so exotic.
Animal World. Two Quarters. Pink Elephant. (Count this as a critical success.)
Thanks go out to the Ford Motor Company, who once again this year left the Monroney window sticker stuck in the window of every car on their display stand at the Chicago Auto Show. For those of us who love … Continue reading
Best treat name ever. (In one pound “pack leader”size!) And the intended consumer, my little *dire* wolf.
I met this woman on Saturday. I told her I loved her Shakespeare quote, and she pointed out to me that a healthy system of public education produces a population who can find appropriate literary quotations for all kinds of … Continue reading
My major accomplishment yesterday: I bookmatched the bacon.