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Between the Larch-woods and the Weir

Flora Klickmann

Book Overview: 

Flora Klickmann, a writer for the Girls' Own Paper and The Flower-Patch Among the Hills, brings us another charming volume, combining nature description, anecdote, autobiography, religion, and her own brand of humor in these observations based on her country cottage, neighbors and household.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I have heard people deplore the fact that human nature is so prone to anticipate events; I have been told that the reason animals live such a placid, contented life, is because they only concentrate on the present. It may be so; but personally, I wouldn’t be without my anticipations, even though it may mean a loss of placidity.


The commandment is to take no anxious thought for the morrow; there is nothing said against looking ahead for happiness.

And a wander among our hills and along our lanes on a mild February day, means that in addition to the loveliness of early spring, you sense the beauty of summer—and much more besides.

Every soft, grey-green shoot on the tangled honeysuckle stems sets you thinking of the yellow, rosy-tinged blossoms that will fill the long summer evenings with fragrance; every crimson thorn and bursting leaf on the wild rose, tells of far-flung branches that will arch the hedges and fl. . . Read More