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Nature’s cadence noticeably slower as season changes

Published 11/23/2011, West Fargo Pioneer

We may not hear it but it’s evident among the drifts of dried and fallen leaves. It’s readily apparent in the icy sheets forming and flowing along the local rivers. Its signature is also inked in the purple skies of early winter. This dynamic yet enigmatic essence I’m describing is nothing less than the ever beating pulse found in the world around us. Call it the rhythm of nature.

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