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Going Batty

“The town, North Hempstead, has approved the construction of boxes that function as bat houses in several parks to attract more bats to the area. â€œBats can eat up to 1,000 mosquitoes per hour,” Judi Bosworth, the town supervisor, said. “That’s … Continue reading

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All In A Day’s Retirement

I went shopping and drove to a medical appointment today. I gave my doctor a couple of Manchurian apricots that I planted from seed this year. They were surplus to my needs and he loves trees. He said he would … Continue reading

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Metal Fatigue

The other day, when I was clearing the driveway of snow for the Christmas Dinner, the snow-blower quit working. Oh, it would push snow but the auger would not turn. I could not see any jam or lump of ice … Continue reading

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Making Do in Disaster

“A quarter of cell towers, broadband Internet and television services in Superstorm Sandy’s path were still dark Wednesday.” see Sandy knocks out 25% of cell towers in its path – Oct. 31, 2012. One of the things I have noticed … Continue reading

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