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Winter, mowing lawns and heritage trout

November 1, 2008
Joe Hackett, outdoors columnist

The heavy rains and high winds which blew through the region last weekend served to knock most of the remaining foliage from the forest canopy. The woods were in the mellow yellow stage, with birch and poplar trees being the predominant holdouts, which offered a sharp contrast to the thick evergreen backdrop.

 
 
 

 

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