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A Moving Experience: Squirreling away the solstice

by C.Flisi

The setting is the best feature of our rental apartment. The whole complex abuts a golf course fringed by boscage so we look out to greenery — not parking lots or other buildings — from all the windows of our main living area. We not only feel that we are living in nature; we actually are surrounded by mature oak, maple, and cypress trees.




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