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SwittersB & Exploring

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Located in Portland

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Welcome to SwittersB

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little by little, the happier face of Spring is emerging. The bulbs and Camellias have been having their shows, but he trees are ever greener after beautiful displays of blossoms and the roses, clematis and azaleas are budding out.

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on the backdoor window measured less than an inch wide. It cooperated while I putzed about with the macro against the glass.

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the garden emerges from the Winter hibernation. Not soon enough. This has been a long, gloomy Winter. Tired of the grey, chill and rain. So much going on the last few weeks.

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Tony Muncy of Muncy Designs offers up a tutorial on how to tie the Mohair Leech MOHAIR LEECH TUTORIAL BY TONY MUNCY CHECK OUT TONY’S DECALS AND GEAR AT MUNCY DESIGNS

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“The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.” — Gertrude S. Wister

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New York City, 1911

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along an Oregon lake shoreline…

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“The moon is a friend for the lonesome to talk to.” Carl Sandburg

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“Anything that is held in secret cannot be healed. The light cannot reach that which is locked away in the dark.” Donna Goddard, Waldmeer

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along an Oregon coastal river…attached to an old stump. Actually a fungus, not lichen…but I like the play on words…so you science types…all good

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another day…not to be taken for granted

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“You fell in love with a storm. Did you really think you would get out unscathed?” Nakita Gill Photo by Tony Muncy, my son.

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Well, right now, there’s not a dandelion to be had, so one must improvise in making wishes, as Winter lingers.  

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Spring is near. The Winter doldrums worse than usual. Tying some flies might rekindle the anticipation.

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Nothing makes us so lonely as our secrets. – Paul Tournier

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“The best traveler is one without a camera.” Kamand Kojouri (Nonsense!)

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blooming in Eastern B.C. next to a lake.

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Cactus bloom in the Mojave Desert

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