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Albemarle Sound: Voyage Through The Centuries: Part VI A

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Navigating the Sound It was the greatest real estate hoax in history. Come to the New World and you will find a better life, glowing reports implied. If you took the bait, you spent months on a ship, in a wagon or a cart or on foot, only to land in uncompromising wilderness. And then…

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Colonial Sailing On Albemarle Sound A Heron's Garden

1 days ago . 53 people watched

Navigating the Sound It was the greatest real estate hoax in history. Come to the New World and you will find a better life, glowing reports implied. If you took the bait, you spent months on a ship, in a … Continue reading →

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(3.2) The Great Crash A Heron's Garden

6 days ago . 39 people watched

Of course, we could rationalize and describe the view as picturesque — even charming — as they say in real estate ads. Wildlife, opportunistic, didn’t much care about picturesque or charming. They used the rearrangement to advantage. A winter snow barely disguises the broken land. The heron found a niche for fishing. Turtles sunned

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Hurricanes And An Aging Woodland A Heron's Garden

1 days ago . 50 people watched

The real action during Isabel was taking place in the woods north of our house. Trees, mostly pines keeled one by one, oozing out of soil saturated by summer rains. Some of them snapped and fell against the house or crashed through fences. Young maples and gums collapsed or twisted, all rendered leafless by the high winds.

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A Pollinator’s Heaven A Heron's Garden

8 days ago . 41 people watched

I wish we could say we were brilliant and actually planned this little bit of heaven. Like everything else in our garden, it simply evolved. It happened this way. Several trees, their structure internally damaged by Hurricane Isabel, had to be cut down. In their after-lives they became edgers for paths, but their departure created…

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The Invisible Coastline: Part III A Heron's Garden

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Our Impressions, November 2006 August 29, 2015 marks the tenth anniversary of one of the most powerful storms to hit the United States in recorded history. It was the wristwatch that caught me. I picked it out of the sand while we were walking the coast of Waveland, Mississippi. We had traveled down there with…

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A Heron's Garden _____A Heron's Garden_____ Wildlife

3 days ago . 54 people watched

The real action during Isabel was taking place in the woods north of our house. Trees, mostly pines keeled one by one, oozing out of soil saturated by summer rains. Some of them snapped and fell against the house or crashed through fences. Young maples and gums collapsed or twisted, all rendered leafless by the high winds.

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Top Ten Secrets For Tidying Tree Trash After A Big Storm

4 days ago . 57 people watched

Caution: This is Not a How-To Manual (You have to figure that out for yourself) We don’t want to brag or anything, but with all the tropical storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, lightning strikes and hurricanes that have passed over us in thirty-odd years, we have become pretty good at Tidying Tree Trash. Here are some…

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The High Line Part II A Heron's Garden

4 days ago . 39 people watched

Plants, People, and a City on the Move Our second walk along the High Line was quite different from the first. Plantings had segued from summer greens and golden yellows to autumn’s earthy reds, blues and buffs. Asters and grasses were headliners now, with berries and seeds in supporting roles under a backdrop of rumpled…

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Albemarle Waters A Heron's Garden

3 days ago . 34 people watched

(This is a work in progress. As I talked with gardeners across states, I became fascinated by the idea of how place defines the character of a garden. From there, I began to see how place shapes people, and that led me to explore how place -- geography, environment, climate -- shapes the history of…

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It was the greatest real estate hoax in history. Come to the New World and you will find a better life, glowing reports implied. If you took the bait, you spent months on a ship, in a wagon or a cart or on foot, only to land in uncompromising wilderness. And then you discovered you had to build a …

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