Two Different Girls

The small cabin I live in on the shores of Lake Franklin Pierce shares the space it occupies with nature. Nature doesn’t seem to mind the small bit of wood and roof that sits in the middle of a heavily wooded lot near the water. Squirrels scamper across the deck looking for crumbs from dinner or lunch. Birds nest and bring up families under the deck or the eaves of the roof. Chipmunks, squirrels and aggressive blue jays expect part of whatever you are eating at any time. Deer will stop by to graze on a bush, and bears have been known to stand in the road to the cabin giving you a “Seriously, don’t even think about beeping” look. We are the strangers here, but nature tolerates us.

My first year at the cabin I was sitting in the only room (it’s a small cabin) and looked up to…

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