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Friday, March 16, 2007

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One of Carlisle's natural treasures is the Davis Corridor, the 156-acre parcel acquired for conservation between 1973 and 1995 in the southeast of Carlisle. It consists of woodland used primarily for walking, horseback-riding, bicycling, cross-country skiing and nature study on its trails. The trails link neighborhoods in Carlisle and form a major network ...more

Bad breath is not normal for a dog or cat. It indicates the presence of dental disease, which could lead to heart problems. ...more

Seussical is a musical similar to Cats, in that it is loosely constructed around fictional characters, short on plot, extremely lively, and much of it is sung rather than spoken. Also, the main character, who serves as a sort of narrator, is a cat. And that is that, which is to say, there the similarity ends. ...more

On February 7, I was walking east on Westford Street near our house where a small stream flows under the road. I was looking at the sunny edges of the stream bank when I noticed a tiny bird poking around trees roots that overhang the bank. It caught and ate an insect with dark wings, probably a moth. It was a Winter Wren, an uncommon bird in Carlisle, more ...more


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