2008 Summer Series: Icons of Summer
Shhh. Listen. A half-mile clamber up a steep trail of smooth boulders, a trickle of crystal-clear water spills over a wide, flat rock into a silent pool. The unbroken surface reflects a grove of arching pine trees swaying in a gentle late-summer breeze. The smell is distinctive. Fresh. With a hin...
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Where the Only Hiking Is Toward the Runway (Post, August 16, 2008, Page B01)
Fountain of Fun, Or Snake in the Grass? (Post, August 11, 2008, Page B01)
A Summer Drive For the Forever Young (Post, August 2, 2008, Page B01)
Swimwear Decisions Aren't Itsy-Bitsy or Teeny-Weeny (Post, July 26, 2008, Page B01)
In Hula Hoop Rebirth, A Fad Comes Full Circle (Post, July 19, 2008, Page B01)
Taking a Bite Out of Summer Fun (Post, July 12, 2008, Page B01)
To Find Open-Pit Barbecue, Follow Your Nose (Post, July 4, 2008, Page B01)
Giving Creativity a Lot of Wiggle Room (Post, June 27, 2008, Page B01)
A Diamond in the Front Yard (Post, June 20, 2008, Page B01)

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