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“Why is Exposure to Nature So Good for Kids (and Adults)?” = Naturally Human

There was a time not long ago, when every Autumn I made a yearly pilgrimage to the local apple orchards to pick or buy apples. Continue reading

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Spring Sunrise = A Moment of Beauty

While walking to my polling place the sun illuminates the quiet with winter light. Large patches of snow remain. Snow is melting with our mild days. The forecast today is more snow. After all this is the Northland. Spring arrives … Continue reading

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July 4 Walk in Fair Oaks Park Continued = Save Our Park – Part 2

This is a reminder about the Washburn Fair Oaks Park Concept plans to place a parking ramp underneath the park and/or pave over a section of park at this nexus point of the park where you see the person strolling. Continue reading

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July 4th = A Walk in Washburn Fair Oaks Park Minneapolis – What I See: Part 1

Walk in Washburn Fair Oaks Park
I’d like to take you on a walk in a city park that offers shade and respite from the busy streets of the city. A park where some trees have grown since the nineteenth century which have weathered storms until today. Continue reading

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