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Through a Venetian Blind

Mom would dust the venetian blinds every Saturday morning open and close them with a pull on the cord watching the world  blink appear, disappear and change reappear the same, but slightly different. . Now cranes appear through open blinds, unafraid messengers … Continue reading

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The Return of the Cranes

Behind my house Those of you who read me probably know I live on Florida’s West coast, north of the Tampa Bay metro area.   The area is still semi-rural though not as country as it was a decade ago … Continue reading

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Toritto’s Morning Walk – with Pix!

Most of you who waste your precious time reading me know that I live on Florida’s gulf coast north of Tampa – an area known as the “nature coast” – in a semi-rural area.  Over the last ten years there … Continue reading

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