Monthly Archives: October 2014

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Autumn is at full, and trees in town and woods along the highways are beautiful.  But why this temperature during the days into the low-to-mid 80’s? Sign in a restroom about fifteen miles south of Stoney Creek, VA, on US … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Six experiences, observations of the week. Project completed!  Each year I collect quotations from works I am reading, and when I have 366, I turn them into a Book of Days one quotation for each day of the year.  From … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Eight observations and experiences of the week: 1.  On Tuesday morning, October 14, I heard the first Christmas music of the season in a commercial setting.  For sale was some kind of music box that played Christmas tunes:  “Joy to … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

12 Experiences, Thoughts from the Week: 1.  We ride through a large swamp on a Gator-type vehicle on a path that seems to have been cut for it.  There are tall, mature hardwood trees, pools of tannic black water, a … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Early autumn.  In the yard, Song, the gingko tree, has already shed a few golden leaves.  Others on the tree are beginning to be tinged with gold.  Sanders, the red maple, has a few red leaves.  Erik, the willow oak, … Continue reading

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