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Almanack 151 — Welcome Downeast
It is the time of year for thawing and hints of rejuvenation.
Awanadjo Almanack — Issue 150
Winter snow doesn’t stop the littlest critters.
Tis the season of hibernation, snow and ice, and quiet reflection.
Fall arrives and nature adjusts.
Almanack 147 — Welcome Downeast
Summer arrives downeast and nature comes alive.
Spring is on the way, and then summer. Rob McCall discusses lupines, opening up the “camp,” and other harbingers of warm weather.
Rob McCall praises spring birds, blooms, and the white-tailed deer.
From cozy hibernation to bundled exploration, Rob McCall offers thoughts for how to pass the deep winter months.
The close of the year brings holiday traditions, chilly weather, and hibernation for all of nature's creatures.
Rob McCall considers migration, apples and pumpkins, and autumnal shifts.
Rob McCall reflects on summer berries, jellyfish, welcome rain, and slow-growing trees.
Rob McCall ruminates on nature and the spiritual world as the world turns from spring to early summer.
Rob McCall reflects on slow winter days, the spring thaw, St. Patrick, and the pleasures of island life.
Snowflakes are the wheels of the storm chariots, the wreck of chariot wheels after a battle in the skies, these glorious spangles, the sweepings of heaven’s floor.
Welcome to Blue Hill
Rob McCall reflects upon summer fields and flowers, crickets, and the Dog Days of summer.