New England is not rich in flat land, but it’s flat in a few places around here. On the gentle southward slope of the Island’s outwash plain, there’s flatness to […]
Three Trees. (Plus geese.)
At the end of Part II, a snowy owl had interrupted our eastward progress. The six legs turned west towards home… To the north, clouds lingered. But the southern sky […]
“It’s fifty degrees and calm at four o’clock in the afternoon, so it will be nice and pleasant down at the beach…” That’s what I thought when I got in […]
At the South Beach shore was a scattering of sandpipers. I am told that the correct collective noun for a group of sandpipers is a “fling”. The word choice is […]
The general store in my town has a bulletin board on its front porch wall. All manner of things are advertised. That’s all manner of things, as in “all”. Free […]
What you might see from dunetop on a raking-sun late November afternoon.