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September 21, 2006

    I've been storing the four cords of wood under cover.  I'm almost done.
    Lynn and I picked grapes at the Yankee Farmer garden center in Greenfield a couple days ago.  She made grape juice from them.
    I still take the neighbor's dog, Snowy, for a walk about every three days.  Here's a 3D picture of one of the trails we take.  In places there's a beautiful green carpet of moss, and we found some Red Crest Lichen (Cladonia cristatella) also called "British Soldier Moss."  We always pass over the Rand Brook—the same one that goes through our property—but here it's shallower and faster running.  
  It's mushroom season.  We've had only a moderate amount of rain lately, but the fungus is taking off!

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