Monthly Archives: June 2013

Rosslyn’s Benevolence: Stone Gutters?

Just when Rosslyn’s flooded basement (second time in two weeks) starts to discourage me, I am reminded of her benevolence. These beautiful, hand carved stones had been buried 2 feet underground and were serving as footers for upright supports in … Continue reading

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Mysterious Speckled Egg

At first I thought it was a mushroom. So many have covered Rosslyn’s lawns in recent weeks. Small, delicate, off-white mushrooms that look as if they escaped from a fantasy story. Or droopy, brown capped mushrooms like you might’ve drawn … Continue reading

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