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Timothy Waring
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Evolutionary Human Ecologist, Sustianability Scientist
Evolutionary Human Ecologist, Sustianability Scientist

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A new home for Tea and Kate!
We're moving! Well, just our blog, actually. Check it out: teaandkate.blog (This site still taking shape, but you veteran readers might appreciate knowing now.)

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A Wishing Rock
Hijo B: Look, I found a wishing rock! Hijo A: A wishing rock, what's a wishing rock? Hijo B: It's a rock you can make a wish on. Hijo A: Yeah, but it doesn't work. Hijo B: I hope it works. Any guesses who is who?

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Happy First Anniversary Sarah and Paul!
September 12th, 2015. I'll always remember that day. It was a perfect day. The late Vermont summer weather was perfect and the rain held off. That day my sister Sarah married the wonderful Paul Eley in a field with friends and family encircling them. It's n...

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One Month of Costa Rican Wildlife


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Post on the beech week.

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Yay! What a bonanza of baby pics!  Keep up the 0.57 nicknames per day, please! Unky Tim.

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Fiorella
Our arrival in Manzanillo was somewhat traumatic. It was a late and tiresome night with a lot of challenges. When we woke up the next day, however we saw a young neighbor playing in the ditch near our house. We looked on has she fashioned a fishing line, po...

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Una carta español (a letter home, written in bad spanish)
Querida Familia y amigos, Hace una semana, mi familia y yo partimos de Maine a Guatemala. En esta semana nosotros hacemos muchoas cosas. Nosotros vimos una erupción del Volcan de Fuego en la ciudad de Antigua Guatemala, bebimos low licuados de frutas, piña,...

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From Antigua to San Pedro
Here's what that eruption in Antigua looked like a bit closer: Antigua is a stunning city. They've done a great job of preserving the old style and buildings, but the place is bustling with activity, plenty of it touristic. Here's a View of the place from t...

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The Alewives are Running!
The alewife population is being restored to a few rivers in Maine. A small tributary of the Penobscot is one of those rivers. It passed into an living museum and historical reenactment education center called Leonard's Mills. The place is spectacular in man...
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