Daily Archives: November 30, 2016

Moana: A Review

Over the weekend, I dragged Darwin to see MOANA.  Aran was working, so he wasn’t able to see it with us.  Our verdict? Yay! Moana, who is being groomed to become chieftain of her people, leaves her island to find … Continue reading

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Controlled burns in Lake County forest preserves

Like most things about this planet, the smell of a controlled burn makes you realize the sheer size of nature, the immense number of living things surrounding us, and the power of an element like fire to transform. Continue reading

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