Tag Archives: 2017 Spring

Coyote Misconceptions

The recent coyote attack in Iredell county is unfortunate and sad. Someone lost a pet in a matter of seconds. Human fear and emotions are real and for good reason. The dog was likely attacked with no warning at all. … Continue reading

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A Relationship Older Than Dirt

No one made chasing down ancient artifacts cooler than Indiana Jones. He would leave the safety of his classroom, which required battling bad guys, to track down artifacts. Fortunately for us, all we have to do is step outside to be in the midst … Continue reading

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Holding Tight

“And to this very day, when all the other trees lose their leaves, the great oaks (and for the sake of this post, the American Beech) keep theirs in memory of their ancestor’s promise. Only in Spring’s time, when the other … Continue reading

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