by Jeannine Hall Gailey
Flattened once by glaciers and again by railroad, Redmond morphed from
farmland – horses, apples, hay – to tech center. Trees gave way to condos
and office parks, still the scamper of rabbits and deer around the outskirts.
Ospreys nest above baseball diamonds, foxes creep out of the woods after
we sleep. Coyotes at the railway crossings, now rarely used. Along the paths
where over and over the blackberries are torn out, ducklings ...Continue Reading →