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This is always the biggest birding week of the year. This past Sunday, May 1st, Linda Loughery advised me that her hummingbirds arrived. Then later that day, I learned that Harry Walker of Wolf Lake … more
Greetings on a cold, late April day. Feels more like early March rather than late April. No apple blossoms yet. My new Kenoza Lake news column schedule will be twice a month. However, I am making … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news! As promised back in December 2021, I am back writing my Kenoza Lake news column, after having completed 98% of my Town of Bethel Tax collection … more
December 17 - Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas wishes to everyone! If you are not done with your Christmas shopping, here are some wonderful ideas that support local businesses. First, a … more
December 3 - Greetings to all. I hope that you celebrated a joyous Thanksgiving with loved ones. Advent is upon us.So, if you don’t have time to bake Christmas cookies and you want to support … more
Greetings to all! In case you don’t know it, rifle season starts on Saturday, November 20th. Hunter orange or pink is now mandatory (finally). I ran into our local DEC officer Wednesday evening … more
Greetings faithful readers! Well, we have finally had a killer frost. The killer frost is very late this year. I can remember killer frosts in early September. The next few nights it is supposed … more
Greetings! Although we have had some spotty frost around the area, so far, no killer frost. I am still gathering my geranium flowerpots together, so I can winterize the geraniums in my … more
October 22 - Greetings to all! It is another glorious fall day in Sullivan County. Still no killer frost, if any frost. My dahlias have been blooming for more than two months now. I am writing this … more
Greetings to all! On Friday, July 2nd, more than ten weeks ago, I first reported that there was a missing cow in the Kenoza Lake vicinity. A photo of the missing cow appeared in the Sullivan County … more
As I write this column, it is the morning after Hurricane Ida washed through here. The sun is shining without a cloud in the crystal blue sky. The other day I was listening to a program about … more
What a rainstorm last night! The remnants of Hurricane Fred. Things had gotten very dry so that was good that we got the several inches of rain that we did. It is tomato season. If you like tomatoes … more
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