Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ghost Pipes

The first time I saw Ghost Pipes (Monotropa uniflora) was 30 years ago in a heavily canopied clearing in Nova Scotia.  It was just inland from a beach-house the wife’s parents were renting for the Summer. I had no idea what they were. Pale white and frail with that waxy texture, they appeared unreal, almost ghostly. […]

Sugar and Spice

June 29, 2014 at 3:05 am it happened, and is destined to change my life forever!  A beautiful little Granddaughter arrived into this world at a healthy nine pounds, two ounces and has been named Chloe. This young lady is the pride and joy of her parents Mark & Melodie,  Grandmothers:  Wendy, Dot and Susan,  […]