We suffered a detrimental fire in our home a couple of weeks ago. Everybody was safe, most of our stuff is wrecked; but again, everybody is safe. As of now, I don’t care about the singed wedding dress, charred antique study desk or smoke-damaged couch.
The month of October gave us its massive changes. Not only did we witness the fascinating foliage show early in the month, but we watched as wind and rain brought down the leaves by the middle of the month. The deciduous tree colors were followed by an encore of yellow-gold from the tamaracks of the swamps. And by the time this fall month exited, we were among bare trees.
When I was growing up, my father was fond of saying “You’ve got to make hay while the sun shines.” He knew something about that; he was raised on a farm.
My daughter makes meals while the sun shines. Sometimes when I get home from work, I’m greeted with roasts, potatoes and brownies she’s cooked — baked in her solar oven.
Ever thought something was a bad idea? Now’s your chance to bury it, or at least burn it. While you are at it, you can participate in a funeral march for bad ideas. The bad ideas will be written on paper and burned at the fourth annual All Souls Night.
By this time in October, we’ve seen plenty of the changes attributed to this month. Most notable is the leaf drop that was speeded up a bit by a series of windy days at mid-month. Looking out into the woods now, we see far deeper through this tree growth than we could since early last spring.
Local viewers receiving television programs free via over-the-air signals have hit the “mother lode.”
The number of over-the-air channels in the Duluth-Superior market has more than doubled in the last few months.
April 16, 2009
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