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About 25 years ago, my daughter and I were horseback riding in Yellowstone National Park. It was early morning, fresh and cool. We were on a trail that opened into a large meadow when suddenly from the rocks above us a pack of 10 or 12 coyotes appeared
Community Events, September 2014
As the first weeks of school descend and my son begins his adventures at McMurray, I am stunned to see that his time for recess has gone from almost an hour a day at Chautauqua to practically zero at the middle school. Sixth-graders are required to take only one semester of P.E.
If I told you that the first step toward saving civilization as we know it and derailing a headlong gallop into a horrible future for our grandchildren was to spend an afternoon standing with the rest of the world, one afternoon, would you do it?
“Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” These beautiful lyrics from Leonard Cohen’s “Anthem” were invoked by Mary Kay Rauma in her Sept. 10 article “When the world seems dark, light can get in.”
Meanderings is an occasional series on local walks by author and naturalist Ann Spiers.