Tag Archives: Irvington NY

God Is In the Details

Was today the most colorful day of the year, or was it yesterday? Or maybe it will be tomorrow. It’s the season of clean-up (especially after Hurricane Sandy), and noticing the miraculous details—seed heads and the last blossoms among the … Continue reading

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What a Difference Three Days Make

There is one day each year when the Japanese maple in our front year is positively psychedelic. I posted pictures on November 7 thinking that it was the day. I woke up this Monday morning realizing that I’d been wrong. … Continue reading

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(Sub)Urban Farmers

I’m as corny as New York in August. I’m as normal as blueberry pie. So sing the urban farmers who tend organic community gardens just off Broadway in Irvington, NY. Yep. Corn is growing 37 minutes north of Grand Central … Continue reading

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