There is that day in August I yearn for: when crickets begin to chorus, when the light shifts and the nights go cool. There it is: the turn of summer, and with it the urge to make ready for the next season. As surely as Monarch butterflies are migrating to Mexico and my neighbor is stacking his third cord of firewood, I lift the lid of the cedar chest and breathe in the scent of wool.
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