The Last Quarter of the Strawberry Moon

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I have started trying to follow rhythms of life other than our modern 9-5, 24/7 lifestyle that leaves me cold. I have alway been fascinated by the seasons and wanderings of the stars and moon so I have decided to start following the moon phases and spotting the astronomical wonders of the sky. One of my favourite memories with my mother was watching first the dusk and then the stars come out over South West Cornwall.

Thank you mum that was a magical evening. One of the happiest times I have every had.

The moon in June, that is passing away is called the Strawberry moon. It you look in your garden you will see the first strawberries ripening and as long as they don’t get snaffled by seven years olds, you can eat them with cream.

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Enjoy

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Hello, I am the author of HistoryTalker, Jack Russell and a couple of others. I hope you enjoy my work.

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