Monthly Archives: March 2020

Jenny Kiss’d Me and Natalie Cried

Joe Writes . . .¬† It has been suggested that more poetry might be helpful during The Great Isolation, and what could it possibly hurt? With a nod to the poets of older days and an explanation that follows . … Continue reading

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River Art at U of M Cancer Center

Note: all photographs of artwork herein are copyrighted and used with the knowledge of and permission from the artist, Martina Celerin. It is prohibited to duplicate or otherwise make use of these photographs without the express written permission of the … Continue reading

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What Happened to the Perch?

Joe writes . . .¬† We have written about perch fishing and invasive species here on lengthofthegrand, both of which are addressed in an excellent blog post I read recently while following¬† ThumbWind, which reports on and celebrates life in … Continue reading

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