The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 8, 2001

Features

A slow but steady stream of vehicles passes through the transfer station on a sunny Tuesday in June. Spring cleaning and yard decorating passion is at its height now and it's high season at the swap shed, or as nine-year-old Danielle Pedra charmingly refers to it, the Carlisle Gift Shop...

Before moving to Carlisle in September, I considered myself to be the outdoorsy type, an avowed nature lover. Now, after ten months in Carlisle, I realize that I never had the slightest clue what I was talking about...

a poem by Grete Langrind Age 7

Field Day at the Carlisle School

Picture article: FUN IN THE SUN, Cooler weather was welcome last week as the physical education department at the Carlisle School held their annuyal field days at Spalding Field.

You may find turtles on the roadway at this time of year and wondered why they are there. The answer is that they are just female turtles going about their June-time business of leaving wetlands and heading for sandy places to lay their eggs...

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