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March 20, 2017


Peter Garrison

Thanks Joe!

Pear blossoms snowing all over.

Lots of pear trees in Haeldsburg- Given my superstitious mother, I'm always on patrol for signs and symbols, totems and fetishes: in Healdsburg Square I saw a wooden bench given in loving memory of an Irish woman and there's that Irish blessing poem on it. Someone- on this St. Patrick's Day, placed among the pear blossoms, a potato.


Beautiful picture!


My plum tree is blooming.
Love this time of year.
Spring has sprung!
Thanks for great photo, Joe.

How'd it smell?

Stunning. How'd it smell?

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