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Monthly Archive for January, 2009

Whitefish River – a dribbling prose

The village of Hymers is very small. Far from the city, it nests, snug into surrounding lands of field and forest, tucked down into the Whitefish River valley. The County Museum (open on Tuesdays) was built of sturdy stone. Being old and worn and ready to rest its feet among the rusting farm machinery of [...]

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The Water Kelpie Arises…

Wherever slowly moving rivers wind their ways, banks bound by ancient willow roots, wherever the ribbon weed waves idly on the surface, in time to the river’s flow, and deceitful of the depth of the black water, the water kelpie thrives. Sit on the rushy bank; admire the gold and the blue iris at the [...]

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