Wandering down little-used paths can lead to discoveries. What??? It’s an old outhouse, collapsing to earth. There’s art on the door. There’s a story here. That I don’t know.
From our recent trip to Tisbury Great Pond. Tisbury Great Pond is big. Here’s the google “satellite view”. (Thank you, google.) When I was a kid, most of the land […]
New England is not a place where the horizon is always in view. Nor an unbroken sky. Yesterday we went looking for sky, and for horizon. We drove down miles […]
November, 2020: a preliminary report, in pictures. The neighbor children, now learning at home because of the Covid-19 pandemic, are freed from having to attend school. They roam the neighborhood, […]
We’re headed into the third week of November. We’ve had some beautiful stretches of “Indian Summer” this fall. In the last two weeks almost all the leaves have fallen from […]
Autumn leaves are brown… And red. And yellow. And oranges And children play in the sun.
This has been a wicked exhausting year, with way too much heat and way too little light. As I’ve been thinking about the dislocation and turmoil we’ve been enduring, I’ve […]