Monthly Archives: November 2011

Chapter 41 — Let Us Give Thanks for Doorbuster Specials

As the guests assembled and took their seats at rough-hewn plank tables, Rev. John Endicott rose to speak.  A tall man, he was even more imposing in his black hat with its big silver buckle. “We are gathered here today … Continue reading

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Chapter 40 — What Dogs Know That We’ve Forgotten

It’s the time of year when the rumble of the lawn mower is replaced by the roar of the leaf blower.  All the good burghers of our neighborhood have been out blowing the leaves of autumn into big piles or … Continue reading

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Chapter 39 Healthy Pond? So They Say

The short answer from county and state governments  on bacteria in the local pond—which may be the source of  infections suffered by some dogs who swam in the water last summer—is that the pond is healthy enough for humans to … Continue reading

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