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Friday 07/06/2018
Remember When ... #51
Posted: July 06, 2018

10 Years Ago

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The View from North of 90: Western New York family farms
Posted: July 06, 2018

Family farms have almost disappeared. When I was a child, there were farmsteads every few hundred yards with house, barn, and several outbuildings along each rural road in our area. The disappearance of the family farm from Western New York has also resulted in a change in the animals associated with the countryside as well as changes in the crops and fields that we see along the roads.

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Notes from Goose Hollow: Cars carry a cargo of memories
Posted: July 06, 2018

Among classic songs about cars is one by Chuck Berry about a seat belt that refused to unfasten at a romantic moment.  “All the way home,” the rock and roll legend croons, “I held a grudge for the safety belt that wouldn’t budge.”  I predated seat belts, so this never happened to me, but I must confess to enjoying an electrifying moment when the girl beside me whispered in my ear, “You’re the driver.”  Without question, cars invoke strong emotions while delivering unbelievable adventures. 

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Friday 06/29/2018
Remember When ... #50
Posted: June 29, 2018

10 Years Ago

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For The Birds: Great summer bird feeding fun
Posted: June 29, 2018

Welcome summer!  That’s what we say and that’s what the birds are saying every morning and all day long as we leave a beautiful spring behind.

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Friday 06/01/2018
Remember When.. #46
Posted: June 01, 2018

10 Years Ago

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Friday 04/27/2018
Remember When... #41
Posted: April 27, 2018

10 Years Ago

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Notes from Goose Hollow: Curious encounters should inspire learning
Posted: April 27, 2018

Nearly every day we encounter things that just do not make sense.  We try to figure out an explanation and usually end up building our preconceptions into a rationale we can accept.  All seems to go well until a better explanation comes along, or perhaps disaster occurs, or perplexity hounds us enough to reinvestigate. 

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