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The Other Pete

Insipid is the word that's used in Pojar and MacKinnon, the field guide to plants of the Northwest.

slydi

has saskia ever had to blow her whistle?

what a lovely portrait of an idealistic life in the big woods. love it!

another one of my favourite bits of your writing...

celeste

When I was a kid, we had salmon berries in the back yard. We had a lot of berries and an equal amount of imagination.
I made many a mud pie decorated with yellow berries.

Mary Smith

I can't help but think of "Little Red Riding Hood!" too precious!

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