Monthly Archives: August 2018

Mushrooms, Finally

We’re finally seeing mushrooms around the peninsula. After early hope, brought on by chanterelle buttons (see Popping Buttons), the mushroom season has, as always, advanced at its own inscrutable pace. Usually, we start looking for chicken of the woods, also … Continue reading

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Deer in the Compound!

Sunday morning, as Michelle prepared for work, she uttered a sentence not heard on this homestead in the 12 years we’ve lived here: “There are deer in the yard.” Sure enough, a doe and a fawn just past the spotted … Continue reading

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