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I am loving that the long-awaited spring has finally returned. NYC and Newark, like much of the country, had a particularly harsh winter. We had our highest bill ever for the gas heating. It was a chilly and long, if beautiful and snowy, winter.
A few clear signs that spring has arrived: I see an occasional egret, its snowy-white body with a long neck and beak, in the Meadowlands of NJ from the train. The cherry blossoms are (finally) beginning to bloom. Independence Park across the street is teeming with people playing catch, shooting hoops, and–most notably–there are usually three or four soccer games going on simultaneously.
A new sign of spring this year–bocci games in the park. Several of us use a site called Nextdoor to share local happenings, and I was delighted to see an open invitation on the site to come play bocci on the weekend.
You may ask, what do…
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