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Sharon Whitehurst: What winter reveals in nature
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By Sharon Whitehurst
I'm a great believer in the benefits of getting outdoors on milder winter days, getting "aired out."
By mid-winter our eyes long for the green grass and leaves of spring and the reappearance of flowers in all their lovely colors.
There is beauty of a more subtle kind in the muted shades and textures of mid-winter. Sometimes there are surprises. During the summer I wasn't aware of a bird family inhabiting the tiny nest in the shrub that grows close to the west wall of the house.
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I've been hoping someone in the area might have a photo of the older house. Prior to Haskell Roger's marriage to Jerry Baker Moss, this place was known as the J. P. Moss farm.
Could anyone come forward with prior history? -Sharon Whitehurst
This story was posted on 2011-01-09 11:16:34
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