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TAG : Kathryn Randall

Oh, deer! What can the matter be!

It's that wonderful time of year when the garden is bursting with life. You wake in the morning and rush out to water if needed, check for bugs, pull weeds, and dream of the harvest of vegetables that awaits you in a few weeks.But, wait! Where are the new buds on the green bean plants? Where ...

Kathryn Randall

Writing with a Sense of Place By Kathryn Randall Writing has been a passion of Kathryn’s since she wrote her first story about anthills many decades ago. The purchase of a 40-acre farm in 1986 in southwestern Pennsylvania fulfilled another passion for herself and her husband. Now she ...

A Bear and a Watermelon

When you hear the word bear, what image comes to mind for you? A favorite threadbare teddy bear, cuddled in the arms of a young child before bed? Christopher Robin, deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, playing with his friends Eeyore, Kanga, Roo and most of all, Winnie the Pooh? Or do you see the ...

Snakes on a Farm

Every spring, as I walk through the woods and meadow of our farm, I think about the approaching arrival of snakes. Their metabolism rises during the warm weather of spring after the long winter months, and soon they will make their appearance. And every spring, I remember all the amusing ...

Maple Syrup Memories

When we first bought our small farm in 1985, we were delighted to find a maple stand on the property. The second spring we made our first batch of maple syrup. Recently, I sat down to record my memories of those wonderful days boiling sap in our homemade evaporator.The cold hits my face as the ...