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FIELD NOTES – February 2012

FIELD NOTES - February 2012

By Jack McShane

I don’t like to rub it in but, for those who do not live in Andes, too bad, as where else can you get up in the morning and with coffee in hand watch from your kitchen window, two mature bald eagles cavorting in either a territorial dispute or maybe just a lover’s aerial mating dance? Well, I just did.

ANDES GOES TO DICKENS –

By Harley Quinn

December came and went with astonishing speed. The magic of Christmas filled the air and then vanished into the New Year. I had no Christmas spirit. Instead, I was filled with a sense of urgency. I was on a mission to alter the course of Andes Village by promoting an economic climate that would allow the local businesses to flourish.

GARDEN PHYLLISOPHY – February 2012

GARDEN PHYLLISOPHY - February 2012

By Phyllis Galowitz

Everything is still and clean and snow white. Not a bird or an animal or even an insect is in sight. It’s as if there’s an empty sheet for me to plan my new garden on.

LIBRARY NOTES – February 2012

LIBRARY NOTES - February 2012

E-books come to the Andes Public Library

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED

Rima Walker reviews We Others by Steven Millhauser

THE SHELL GAME

The pecan sheller is ready for action

By Mary Tucker On Friday, January 6, my Georgia family, Allen and Krista, arrived for the long weekend bringing me a gift of something to do in my spare time and keep me busy for a long while. They brought 20 pounds of pecans which were harvested from the pecan tree on their property. The…