Posada de las Flores Loreto
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... 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
... their needles without sponge, trees without soul. Here they stand, getting browner by the hour. There are no tree stands, no way to give them water. It is such a pathetic sight. Are gringo minds so crazed as to demand this supply?
Ours will be a decoration-free Christmas this year, though I have been hunting, without success, for lots of candles. After Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), I did make one good score of simple white candles in sapphire glass, ...
... at the neighbourhood collection level. Local landscaping companies operate under contracts that require them to haul away all organic waste and not just heap it into black bins or other dumpsters, but then where does it go? Tim is a whirling dervish who, through his own one-man enterprises, helps the whole community make the next good step.
So now it is possible to (a) buy practical compost containers from Tim and drop the contents off at his ...
... much the same effect of taking off my shoes and letting the Earth simply rise in me, letting me simply stand between earth and heaven, letting myself take stock through curiosity and the question of "What is this, this "this" that I am in right now?" rather than taking stock by counting.
It enabled me to see that a great deal was developing . . . without any plan at all.
The count: (my answer to "whatever the heck have you been doing, ...