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For shame….

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Autumn morning fog over Colebrook, New Hampshire

Thanks to The Christian Gift for a great shot.

The maple I see from my window is clearly embarrassed by the pending nudity of limbs and branches. She is blushing. It must seem odd to her, having nurtured the tree since spring, to now abandon her perch and leave the tree free from her calming presence. If only she could know nor’ easters to come are the sum of the great northern forests’ wiggly flaunting their bare selves. Oh to sing the coming stirring air and let our pale yellow blush burn with brightest passionate red!


Written by David Wilkerson

10 September 2012 at 11:34 am

Mount Major, Lake Winnipesaukee

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Mount Major, Lake Winnipesaukee

Originally uploaded by gee David

Early, this fall, we went to Mount Major. It was probably the clearest view of Lake Winnipesaukee that I have seen since I first visited the region in 1975.

We had a great hike. Translation: I made it to the top after a modest climb. I was surprised by two things, how out of shape I am and that I made it to the top at all.

Rebecca seemed to tolerate baby sitting pretty well.

Written by David Wilkerson

7 January 2008 at 10:29 pm

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