RURAL REFLECTIONS Meditational Mowing
One of the tortures of my youth has become a quiet place of
accomplishment and peace. I like to mow the lawn.
As a young person, I wanted to mow the lawn in the worst way. My
brother, Darrel, was in ... Posted on 9/14/13 at 6:37 AM
OKABENA — Sometime last weekend, the large heart perched atop the Okabena elevator disappeared, and a shamrock appeared in its place.
This magical transformation wasn’t the work of stealthy leprechauns, however. For the last decade or so, Don Stenzel Sr. has been responsible for adorning the elevator for certain holidays.
WORTHINGTON — How many different shades of green are there?
Visitors to the backyard “urban garden” of David and Ellen Copperud in Worthington on Thursday encountered the entire spectrum of green — from the palest chartreuse to deep evergreen and every hue in between.
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