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OUTDOORS For the CCW The little cold snap that brought that first shocking film of ice on the puddles confronted us right in the face with compelling evidence that summer is history. Along with the inconvenient onset of early darkness, leaves falling from the alders, and the odoriferous slant of the salmon creeks, the days are becoming chillier and it is clearly not a time of flowering vegetables any longer. Ahh, so much summer gathering and playing, so little time....

Wild Observations: End of summer thoughts

One of many signs that summer is over: container plants have invited themselves inside.
Photo By Carla Pedersen
One of many signs that summer is over: container plants have invited themselves inside.
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