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The Bermudian

Naturally Speaking

Some of my most pleasurable childhood memories have to do with riversides in the U.K.

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When I was a small child, I grew marigolds of the calendula officinalis variety.

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Many years ago, long before I became acquainted with Bermuda’s glorious aquatic colours, I bought a piece of cloth to make myself a winter dress.

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The other evening we saw a large bird flying over Riddell’s Bay Inlet and parallel with the spice-tree hillside in Warwick. A crow, I thought.

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Springtime in Bermuda conjures longtails, of course, and freesias and nasturtiums. But also irises.

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Whenever I see ants, I think of the Civilization 200 class I used to teach at Bermuda College.

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Look at the cochineal plant and what do you see?

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“April is the cruellest month,” or so wrote T. S. Eliot. But for Bermudians, April is the whale-watching month, because that’s when humpback whales make their way past our islands on their way to northern feeding grounds in the U.S. and Canada.

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I’ll never forget how rude a landscape-designer friend once was about our garden.

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Awards

2017 Product & Servic...

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Feature

Bermuda During the Se...

In September 1939, Dr. William (Bill) Cooke was just 11½ years ...

Food & Drink

L'Oriental

Step inside L’Oriental and allow yourself to be transported to t...

Columns

Fitness Reboot!

There’s nothing like making the most of the holiday season knowi...

Heritage

Southlands: Warwick P...

Bermuda is running out of green space. One of the most densely inhabit...

People

Bermudians of the Yea...

If media reports through the first half of 2016 were to be believed, t...