Tag: Pandora-Gilboa Elementary School

  • Sticky toes and hiking sticks

    The drive home yesterday afternoon was a race against the weather. A thunderstorm rolled in from the west, heavy with rain, wind and lightning. I lost the race. Anyone driving by saw two humans trimming honeysuckle trunks of branches and stems, all soaked and getting wetter by the moment. The geese weren’t bothered, but pigs, […]

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  • Photos by Emma, Album #3

    Last week’s rain really brought out the frogs and fungi. It also made for lovely photos, with many fauna raindrop- and puddle-jumping from path to flora. Then the sun came out. It was like a shade was raised, drawing life toward the light. And winter undercoat from Lucy. It’s raining again today and the clouds, wet and call-for-thunderstorms are […]

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  • 2015 Summer Newsletter

    There are three events scheduled for the next three months here on The Quarry Farm, two of which will motivate the creative side of your brain. The third will help get your sillies out while you help us clear an invasive plant to make way for native wildflowers, tree, and grasses Click on the cover […]

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  • Superheroes swoop in on Saturday (no capes!)

    Everyone has stuff to do. Some of us are list makers, like Quarry Farm Board President Laura. Others have swirls of snippets of chatter spinning through their brain, like yours truly. Or little notes jotted on the backs of envelopes stuffed in the glove compartment, drawers and/or stacked on the kitchen table (again, fingers pointing […]

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  • Christmas readings with Captain John

    One animal stayed outside in the winter snow to clean up after everyone else who snuggled inside the mitten. That’s what third grade students in Mrs. Arthur’s class at Pandora-Gilboa Elementary School found out this week when one class member invited Steve to read a story to his class. As a holiday treat, with language […]

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