Monthly Archives: June 2011

Staff Picnic and Stepable “Fork in the Road”

On a warm, clear summer evening Indian Creek Nature Center staff, board members and children met to enjoy the evening, food, and to share a heartfelt “thank you” and  goodbye to Nick and Liana Woods who leave soon for a … Continue reading

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Friends, Free Thinking, and Forks

OK, how does one efficiently rid the entry to the 1080 Laughing Labyrinth of the intrusive grass and “weeds” that are competing with the stepables? Well, some of my “free thinking” friends came up with a “Fork You” party!  Not … Continue reading

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What I Have Learned So Far

First days of Summer 2011 arrived cooler than average (down to 59 degrees in the morning), wet at night with T-storms, and with strong, flag-snapping winds from the west.  A few of the precocious prairie plants have emerged – Purple … Continue reading

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Let Me Count The Ways….

How neglectful can I possibly be in recording what I have accomplished in the 1080 Laughing Labyrinth?  Let me count the ways….  Instead, let me catch up! June has been nothing but rain and although the temperatures have rarely risen … Continue reading

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