Monthly Archives: January 2013

Dance and You’ll Feel Better

     One recent afternoon, out of a moderately gray sky dangling like a steel scalpel over Monterey Bay, the tawny owl appeared in near total silence, as he often does, on a solid branch of an oak tree under … Continue reading

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Swagger and a Shimmy

     The second growth redwood trees that grow near my house, most of which spring right out of the massive stumps of the original trees that were clear cut to rebuild San Francisco after the earthquake of 1906, are … Continue reading

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Hoot Dat Here Dere

     The tawny owl who comments on topics of spatial reality from a low branch of the redwood tree that grows near my back door returned from one of the short trips he takes several times a year to … Continue reading

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Good God and a GED

   What can we say that we know for sure?  We talk out loud, we walk upright, we posture.  Some of us shimmy and shake until it gets out of hand.  Money talks loudest, blah, blah, blah. The sad fact … Continue reading

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