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Today’s reader is Joe McClain, whose words are indented below:
Here are a couple of photos. My wife and I moved to a 46-acre spread in Floyd County, Virginia, in February. I am working remotely for William & Mary. One photo, taken today (July 21) is me with a stunning and stunned specimen of Melanerpes carolinus — red bellied woodpecker. This fellow smacked into the window of my home office. I went outside, gathered him up and soothed him. He flew off after a few minutes, landing on the trunk of a tree and immediately began pecking for food. The second photo is me with my wife, Helen, inside a yurt. Floyd has a yurt store, but this one is the first I’ve ever entered. This yurt is along a trail on the property of RiverEdge Farms, where we get produce that our own garden is not producing.