July brings a pattern of morning minus low tides, with a new moon on July 9 and a full moon on July 24. Bits of yellow and amber fuzz meandering across the landscape are woolly bear caterpillars, soon to build cocoons and emerge as tiger moths. Typically, they appear with either yellow or amber in the middle, black on . . .

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