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The Secret Language of Roads

On a detour through an unfamiliar neighborhood I found myself wondering: “What exactly is a lane? What is an avenue? Surely these words aren’t arbitrary. Had I been blind to some secret navigational language? I set out on a path of wild research, imagining that I would find some method of finding my way by … Continue reading The Secret Language of Roads

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles

Japanese Beetles (Popillia japonica) are gorgeous, gentle, bumbling, ravenous, degenerate beasts that will not STOP EATING MY PLANTS. They are a non-native insect species to the United States. They were first identified in a New Jersey plant nursery in 1916. By 2021, they have successfully colonized the eastern and central United States, and continue to … Continue reading How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles

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