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... crazy hot as I do this -- over one hundred degrees Fahrenheit -- but somehow I feel like I am creating a shield of order and safety over the house.
At last, I can swim. I think I will have no muscle power left in these legs, but I dip into the clear water and swim and swim and swim, leaving my thoughts in the water, swimming myself to a wordless place, watching the light dance through the water as I swim and swim and swim. I wear my snorkelling ...
... the energy of battle thrums over the land?
We, the privileged who are here now, have all fallen in love with this place. Happy to camp, grateful to be so indulged by our host in every whim, nourished by skilful artists in the kitchen, content in the solitude that the place affords us even as we walk its lines in the company of one another. There has been talk of concession agreements on these lands and who holds the shore now. Concession to what, concession to ...
... return to Tabor every chance I get. For this autumn, I didn't have any "running for the hills" instincts -- of any sort!
Here, for curious readers, are pictorial details of some of the canyon hikes and hill climbs within twenty miles of me. Richard Hunt lives here and publishes a blog focused on just these wonders. Check out his fine pictures here:
Richard Hunt blog
... holiday season. Well, it won't be with a tree, despite my lifetime pact to have no Christmas without the scent of live fir in the house.
It has been appalling to see Christmas trees in the temporary annex to the Super Ley food store here. Cord-wrapped and shipped south, they stand under cover in a windowless space. They are at the back of the space, not out front as the trees greet us in Canada. They are not in water. By the day of arrival, they are already ...