Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Gospel According To Momus

About 50 miles northeast of our Farm lies the debris field from the landslide which has brought Snohomish County to the world’s attention.  It is unclear how many remain buried there, as the numbers provided by authorities make little sense.  But the loss … Continue reading

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Singing For Supper

We are entering that season which is neither winter nor spring – the season I call ‘Not Spring’.  Temperatures have moderated, hovering in the upper 50s and even reaching 60 degrees on one or two occasions.  There hasn’t been any snow or frost for the last couple of … Continue reading

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The Fog Bank

The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. Carl Sandburg, Fog Yesterday dawned as if it would become a beautiful day – as it eventually did.  When, at … Continue reading

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