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Column — Kathy Bradley

October and the promise it holds

October. The mustard and turnip patch has been planted. The broom sedge, which wasn’t there two weeks ago, is beginning to grow along the edges of the fields and sways in the breeze that wasn’t there two weeks ago either. The loosestrife is yielding to goldenrod. The hummingbirds have all but disappeared.

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