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June 11, 2018



I have sometimes thought that if I had my life to live over I might be an archaeologist.
I see earth formations and rocks and wonder how and just when they were formed and of what different minerals.


Bees are at the park on the honeysuckle vines.

The birds are eating something...?

Ruthie has grasshoppers.

John Lindermuth

Now you've done it--given me more books to add to the list. But, having already read some Fagan, I know there's more of his on the agenda.
And you're right about the bugs. It has been so wet here in Pennsylvania through May and into early June I haven't been in the woods much. Yet I have noticed fewer insects when I have been out of the house. I find it worrisome.

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