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December 29, 2013 By GARRY LENTON Reading Eagle READING (AP) — Dan Lynch parks his truck on the farm lane, grabs his backpack from the back, and walks south toward an icy pond. more »»

Reflections in Nature

December 29, 2013 There’s a stillness in the woods, the fields are all at rest; And the weary sun, homeward bound, sinks deeply in the west. Winter began with the winter solstice that occurred at 12:11 p.m. on Dec. more »»

Decoys that tell a story

December 22, 2013 MUNCY — Wood carver Jeff Keiffer has little use for modern technology, molded plastics, assembly-line painting processes and mass-production manufacturing. more »»

Reflections in Nature

December 22, 2013 Last week, my wife Mary Alice and I attended the Christkindl Market in Mifflinburg. We read on the brochure that it is the oldest authentic “Christ Child” market in the United States. more »»

Reflections in Nature

December 15, 2013 For the last five years, I have gone to Camp Babylon in Potter County on the Sunday before the first day of the regular firearm season (buck season. more »»

Bruin check

December 8, 2013 By NICK MALAWSKEY PennLiv. more »»

Outward Bound

December 8, 2013 The name Zippo is synonymous with lighters. Now, a new line called Zippo Outdoor takes the company’s “Made in America” products to outdoor enthusiast. more »»

Reflections in Nature

December 8, 2013 Coming up Route 14, on the left hand side of the road just outside of Trout Run, several stands of winterberry holly bushes grow. more »»

'Proud of the dog'

December 1, 2013 When the sharp eyes of Nelli, a Boykin spaniel, scan a field and the scent of wild turkey hits her nostrils, the hunt is on. more »»

Afield with Friends

December 1, 2013 Fifteen years ago, I could see that my good friend, Randy, in Buffalo, Wyo., was having problems forgetting about the horrors of his duty in the Vietnam mess. more »»

Reflections in Nature

November 24, 2013 While attending a meeting last week, a man sitting behind me asked if I ever had heard of anyone finding the location of underground water by using a stick. more »»

German heritage lives

November 24, 2013 By JUDY HAZEL Sun-Gazette Correspondent MIFFLINBURG — Strudel, goulash, mittens, scarves, woodcarvers, marionettes and dancers mimicking bird antics — all this and much, much more will stimulate th... more »»

Proof in ink

November 17, 2013 Casting lines has been happening for Josh Fortin, of Montoursville, since he was “out of diapers. more »»

Reflections in Nature

November 17, 2013 On Oct. 30, a man stopped at our house, carrying a container with a bug inside that he wanted me to identify. more »»

Pleasure ponies

November 17, 2013 By JUDY HAZEL Sun-Gazette Correspondent CHINCOTEAGUE , Md. — The skies were black, wind blew and the rain came down hard on July 14. It might have dampened a spectator’s day, but not the ponies’ day. more »»


November 10, 2013 As October rolls into northcentral Pennsylvania, anglers start to chatter. more »»

Salmon in NY waters have complex natural instincts

November 10, 2013 In northwestern New York, anglers flock to Orleans County in the fall to bring home pounds of salmo. more »»

Oak Orchard Dam gives new meaning to fishing ‘the nut hole’

November 10, 2013 After catching our limit of chinook salmon in the early morning on Marsh Creek, my husband Tim took me to “the dam,” a place he said is popular with anglers. more »»

Reflections in Nature: ID of bird nest builders tricky

November 10, 2013 Recently, a young man stopped by our house with an abandoned bird’s nest that he found. He was curious as to what species built the nest and asked if I knew. more »»

Christmas on the Potomac

November 10, 2013 NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Imagine 2 million twinkling lights, dancing fountains and indoor snowfalls. Imagine walking by lifesize, hand-carved ice sculptures and sliding down a two-story ice slide. more »»



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