Sense of Decency

Listening to others, seeing things through their eyes.

Push Day By MIKE FISH Seven portages already, muskeg up to here Big water, stiff headwind all day Hands hard, good mates, no fear Where’s the site, you say Around the bend and through the narrows Sun baking down, visions of a place Esker topped with pine, plenty of space Shoulders sore, fading daylight Where, …

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By ALLISON SKLANEY The color of the sun, perky and plentiful, the dandelion evokes emotion, usually a negative one. Brought to America by European settlers, the once prized dandelion is now perpetually rooted up and sprayed with chemicals. In a culture where curbside appeal equals the two-inch grass of a golf course, the starry shaped …

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