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Adventures with the Audobon Experts
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Adventures with the Audobon Experts

When the Bermuda Audubon Society announced a guided visit to Sears Cave in Smith’s Parish last March, Mike and I knew we had to go. We both remembered how one Saturday during the late 1980s we had fruitlessly wandered up, down, and around Sears Cave Road in search of a cave entrance, which we envisioned would be like the one at the eastern end of Blue Hole Park. We just couldn’t find it. This year was our chance. Joining the…


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Strolling Seymour’s Pond

As buses and cars hurtle towards Barnes Corner on Middle Road, Southampton, I doubt drivers and passengers give a passing thought to Florentius Seymour, made Commander of the Southampton Fort in 1653 and Governor of Bermuda from 1663 to 1668.…


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Bridging the Past and Present

I’ve often wished that the Bermuda Railway was still operating in Bermuda. Taking the train ride from Dockyard to Hamilton and then from Hamilton to St. George's must have been spectacular. Imagine trundling over 33 trestles and bridges spanning the…


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Summer Living at it's Best!

  When the owners—a busy couple with teenage and college-age children—decided to furnish their new pool and patio area overlooking a south shore beach at Tucker’s Point, they turned to none other than Laura Farge-Lowe, vice president of Island Trading…


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The Spring Edit

I’m sure you are just like me and find life very busy.   I feel like I go from one thing to the other either for work, parenting, athletics etc.   Great fun but it’s busy…   And it’s in…

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Potato Primer

“Let them eat cake,” Marie Antoinette did not say. But she could have said, “Let them eat potatoes.” Apparently, she sometimes liked to wear potato flowers in her hair, which is not as incongruous as you might think. Potato flowers…