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Day 136

A walk around the development, with late afternoon sun on a concrete driveway. An interesting-looking insect, but the spotted lanternfly doesn’t have many friends in this country. Eastern Pennsylvania already had a problem with stinkbugs,…

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I like the hardy wildflowers that bloom just off the side of the road, survivors of less-fertile soil, car exhaust and rock salt. These resemble dandelions, but come to find it out, they’re not.

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Yellow wood sorrel (aka lemon clover) and creeping speedwell (aka Veronica) grow side by side next to our shed.

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Easy Like Sunday: Good Queen Swirly, under the kitchen table.

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At the top of that incline, less than a hundred feet away, is a major four-lane limited-access highway.

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Brave Nelson gazes outside while Kit C. gives me a wary eye.