Natural connections: Woolly weather
A blustery fall wind swept away any warmth from the pale sun. Brown and yellow leaves skittered across the pavement. As I bent down to dip my hands in the lake, my arm (wrapped in fuzzy fleece) brushed the seed head of a burr marigold--so named because the cheery yellow flower matures into a cluster of pokey stick-tight seeds. Yet another sign of the season...
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