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7 Replies to “How to make me happy”

  1. A lovely, lovely plinth. A pix with a certain Kunstler-like quality. Speaking of mistletoe (Bootstrap Analysis), there’s a wonderful butterfly of the South whose caterpillars eat mistletoe. It’s the Great Purple Hairstreak. One of my favorite natural areas, Great Dismal Swamp NWR, is a stronghold for the species.

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