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Saturday, September 14, 2019


Evelyn Shobin

Loved the night visitors!


Lovely post and poem. I love seeing your night visitors! We are still enjoying our summer birds who will be leaving soon. Even the hummingbird migrants passing by will be gone soon.

Diana PJ

Here in the outskirts of Atlanta , Georgia in the US we are reaching October with temps in the mid 90's. Leaves are turning? or just dried out from lack of rain . When does the cool come? and rain? Several years ago , I visited Carl Sandburg's farm in North Carolina one autumn on a tour of the faux chateau built by George Vanderbilt in Asheville, North Caroline. That is an amazing place to visit and the closest we have to the splendors in Europe. But Sandburg's farm. While my other tour mates toured the home and his belongings, I sat in a field leaning against a fence post and then watched the farm animals and just breathed and day dreamed.

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