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Autumn 2008

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A Word From Karen

 

On a recent visit to the zoo, I saw an animal I had never seen before. Almost every time I go, I see the beautiful peacock with it glorious tail spread wide. This time I saw the humble peahen with her adorable chicks (it was the first time I had seen chicks). I wonder what sights you might see this autumn if you venture out to one of the many wildlife reserves or breathing places throughout the United Kingdom. Learn more about your opportunities from In a Nutshell. Keep reading to learn about international mobile phone annoyances. 

 

For a challenge, go to Treehouse Games and try matching the quote to the speaker. Then visit Treehouse Trivia for inspiration to reach your goals and make your dreams come true.

 

Carve your pumpkin and light your candle in preparation for Punky Night, which lands on Oct. 30 this year. Make sure you disguise yourself from visiting spirits when the veil between this world and the next is lowered on Halloween, Oct. 31, and be sure and have sweets on hand for trick-or-treaters. How big will your bonfire be on Nov. 5? Have plenty of wood on hand and enjoy the Bonfire Night fireworks displays.

 

Then, just around the corner, Christmas will arrive on Dec. 25, with Boxing Day right on its heels on Dec. 26. Of course, a few short days later, we usher in 2009 on New Year’s Eve.

 

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