Category Archives: Black eyed Susans

Double Entendre Patterns

Prairiewoods Labyrinth was active.  A pilgrim walked, sweat lodge companions dragged in firewood and built a fire. The north breeze carried the smoke away to the south.  The west sun slanted through the mighty oaks.  I framed the HI of … Continue reading

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Hot Rocks To Roll Night

The cooling air brought in a storm with spectacular anvil clouds overreaching the town before the actual wind and rain came in a huff and torrent.  Why a Hot Rock Night?  Well, goes back to the “Smokin’ Hot Pizza Night” … Continue reading

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Six labyrinths in Six Days

From Iowa to Illinois to New Jersey labyrinths drew us to them.  Moline and East Moline, Illinois, have two associated with churches.  Unity Center’s seven circuit labyrinth is a small affair placed in a huge field.  Practically arranged for easy … Continue reading

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Reprising Their Roles

How lovely that Carol G’s daisy-like flowers are re-blooming!  I already picked off some ripe seed heads to harden over winter and will scatter them come late winter with sand. And, the New England Asters compliments of Mick and JoAnn … Continue reading

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Asters

As autumn approaches, the Asters come into their own with the rich purples and pinks of the New England Asters, the diminutive and subtly tinted Amethyst Aster, and the popping sprays of white or the heath aster, also called the … Continue reading

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