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February 20, 2018


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Julene Bair

Reading this gave me vicarious satisfaction. I'm always seeing the dried stalk of a plant in winter and hoping to return in the spring to see what it looks like, and even better, to discover what it is. Now at least I know what angelica looks like in winter. I learned, reading this, that marmots hibernate for seven months--amazing! Thanks for the informative essay and beautiful pictures.

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