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Monthly Archives: August 2011
The city planted a plum tree on the boulevard about ten blocks from our house. We discovered it last year around this time, and decided to see if it was bearing fruit again this year. Kerstin stood on my shoulders … Continue reading
Roasted salsa, kosher dills, crushed tomatoes with basil, pickled beets, plum cardamom jam.
for Fern You are in Port Ludlow and I am in Providence. We have gone from pockets of mountains to the shirtsleeves of coasts, the outerness of oceans. I talked with you yesterday on the phone. Our lives are changing. … Continue reading
It’s honey time. This week the top box was loaded with honey frames. You can tell honey cells by the white wax the bees cap them with, and the uniform appearance, and their weight. A frame full of honey can … Continue reading
In 1973, Pink Floyd released Dark Side of the Moon, which some of you may have heard of due to its having had the longest Billboard charts run of all time. Running like a levee break through the waters of American … Continue reading