How to Survive a (Gremlin) Rip Tide
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Rip tides. Though there’s some debate about how to best extract yourself from the pull of these currents that whisk swimmers away from shore, the generally agreed-upon method is to … Read More

A Few Bears and a Few Thousand Stitches
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I lived in rural Floyd County, Virginia, for nine years. Living rurally means frequent deer encounters, groundhogs living under outbuildings, and not-infrequent gifts of mice and moles left by the … Read More

A Little New Year Foolishness
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I’m a long-time year-end planner and I’ve gone about it a pile of ways. I’ll save you the gory details except to say that I’ve found that having a lot … Read More

A Conspiracy of Excellence
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Last week was one of those weeks that seemed to have a theme, one wove through a couple of conversations and one Instagram video, like so: Natalia Alvarez, an expert … Read More

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