Pining for an Endless Summer
Can you remember a winter where you were sorry to see it go? A fall where you wished you had carved more pumpkins or taken more hayrides?
24 Sep 2021
Yesterday morning, without any preliminaries, my wife suddenly asked me if I had thought about “final plans,” that is, how and where would I want to be buried? I don’t know where this came from.
16 Sep 2021
Great Blue Heron, Inspector of Docks
Today, Robert Finch talks about a recent encounter with a silent, elegant bird that commanded his attention.
9 Sep 2021
Nantucket Writer and Historian Mary Bergman grew up in Provincetown and recently paid a visit to her old hometown.
19 Aug 2021
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For the past week or so I’ve become aware of the tall grass growing in the woods, which now has reached its maximum height of about three feet. It is the common forest grass hereabouts, growing most abundantly beneath open pine woods.
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Straight Talk from an Old Guy
Nelson Sigelman of Martha’s Vineyard tells us sometimes it’s tough to ignore those drivers who seem to be in a such a hurry.
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This week Robert Finch tells us why there is nothing more soothing than the sound of rain.
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This week, writer Robert Finch talks about conflicting attitudes surrounding multiflora roses.
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Pondering the Call of the Catbird
This week Dennis Minsky of Provincetown ponders the call of the catbird.
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