One day in December 2019, I was trimming unpackaged celery when what I thought was a small stone fell from a stalk. I picked it up to put it in the trash and realized that it wasn’t a stone at all, but a tiny snail. Considering the time of year and the likely outcome for the tiny snail, I placed the little guy in a container with a few trim leaves, and put it in my locker for the day.
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Back on the Road
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A Grizzly Encounter
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IN NOVEMBER, VOTERS in San Francisco reelected California Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat, over his opponent, democratic socialist Jackie Fielder.