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To: Cindy B. who wrote (171)5/25/2008 6:33:02 PM
From: grampa
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Bee-u-tee-ful !!

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To: Cindy B. who wrote (171)5/26/2008 10:42:12 AM
From: Ken Adams
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Cindy, thanks! The Phlox is wonderful. Does it attract bees?

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To: Cindy B. who wrote (171)5/26/2008 4:54:32 PM
From: Neeka
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Your picture reminded me of the trillium we have in our yard. It's been around as long as we've lived here (32 yrs last April). Its flower has faded, but it is still a beautiful plant. We have one other trillium on the property that isn't nearly as impressive.


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To: Ken Adams who wrote (173)5/27/2008 9:45:47 AM
From: Cindy B.
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I can't say that I've noticed bees on the phlox. I'll have to pay attention and see if I see them.

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To: Cindy B. who wrote (175)7/3/2008 12:32:48 AM
From: Cindy B.
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Well I haven't been spending a lot of time outside yet at camp because of the bugs, but they're starting to calm down. Mosquitoes & blackflies in the 2nd half of May and all of June are unbearable at times.

Here's my brother and husband cutting firewood. I wear a bug jacket that has a head covering too when I help.




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To: Cindy B. who wrote (176)7/3/2008 12:44:03 AM
From: Cindy B.
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Today I went up with my niece Sadie and 3 of her friends.

We saw a fawn as soon as we pulled in on the opposite shore. It jumped in the water and swam to our shore. I watched where it got out and then hopped in the kayak with my camera. I was able to walk right up to it. So cute!






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To: Ken Adams who wrote (173)7/7/2008 1:19:46 PM
From: Cindy B.
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hi Ken

Here is a visitor to my Inpatients over the weekend. I believe it is a Snowberry Clearwing Hummingbird Moth. Never heard of one before.

My cousin was there and she studied Zoology and similar in college and then worked for the DEC. She is very knowledgeable of the birds and animals in the area.

She told me it was a hummingbird moth so I goggled it when I got home. There are several species of hummingbird months. Very interesting.




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To: Cindy B. who wrote (178)7/7/2008 5:58:44 PM
From: Ken Adams
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Nice, Cindy! Interesting little guy in those pics... actually, not so little I guess. Maybe pretty rare? Thanks for sharing.

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From: Neeka10/20/2008 4:04:49 PM
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All taken up at the cabin in August:

Not sure what this is, but I thought the shot was pretty good:



Lupin:



Foxglove:


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