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No time to sing, there’s work to do

July 11, 2014
Scot Stewart , Mining Journal

There is no time in summer as precious as dawn. It is the moment when nature re-reveals its beauty, filled with aromas and fragrances, songs of birds, crickets and cicadas and an enveloping cover of green, guilded in gold, and unknown the rest of the year. July marks the gradual disappearance of bird song, replaced by the gentle, and in the case of the cicadas, not so gentle, hum of insects.

 
 

 

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