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Day 141

The catnip plants in our back yard flourished this summer. As they thrived, a good number of bees stopped by to partake of them.

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Just off the walking track at work. On this bush, the newer the growth, the lighter green it is.

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Day 139

Small and smaller. This red clover is playing host to a tiny, unidentified insect.

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Day 138

Lots of heavy rain today, but it stopped long enough for me to get in a lap on the walking track. Had to dodge the puddles, though.

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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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Day 134

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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