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The long road to Lincoln, part five: the homecoming
Wednesday Nov 12 2014
An interim note regarding The Long Road to Lincoln series. At this point, I realize that the title for this series should have been the Long Long Long Long Road to Lincoln. ...
The long road to Lincoln, part four: just imagine!
Wednesday Nov 05 2014
I try to imagine the stories my great-great-grandfather told to his son, future Lincoln pioneer Albert Fleming. This is the Albert Fleming, who brought his Irish bride to Li ...
The long road to Lincoln, Part three: the Flemings reach California
Thursday Oct 30 2014
Albert Fleming’s father, Samuel Fleming, and his two uncles, were true 49ers. After they reached the Gold Country, they branched out across the region to try their luck ...
The real nightmare - Part three of a three-part series
Wednesday Oct 01 2014
“Where’s Jane?” I wasn’t on the Sleeping Porch so I didn’t hear my parents ask the question. But I knew the answer. In fact, I knew right where I w ...
The “She Wolf of London” comes to Lincoln: Part one
Wednesday Sep 17 2014
I was a little scared. No. I was really scared. Usually I didn’t walk home alone at night from the theater, just one block away. Usually my older brother was on duty, bare ...
The garden’s a zoo – Part three of the three-part series
Wednesday Sep 10 2014
Editor’s note: To see all of Jane Tahti’s columns, check online at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. During the summer, our kids became experts at tomato worm removal. The bi ...
Praying or preying? - Part two
Wednesday Sep 03 2014
It’s peaceful out in the garden. There’s nothing’s scary, except for that moment that every gardener has experienced: the moment when your eyes finall ...
Living with lizards - Part one
Wednesday Aug 27 2014
Lizards and snakes and bugs, oh my! No, we’re not dancing down the yellow brick road with Dorothy and friends, although we once had a scarecrow that scared one of the ...
Part one –Fascinating figs
Wednesday Aug 13 2014
Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part column on figs. See all of Jane Tahti’s columns at lincolnnewsmessenger.com. As kids, we loved the neighborhood fig ...
Part One – Rocks have their own history
Wednesday Jul 30 2014
Rocks can be so special. Once you find them and once you value them, they last forever. They don’t droop or wander off. They sit still on your windowsill. In your flowerb ...
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