Monthly Archives: February 2013

Piquant Stew

     The tawny owl had been showing some of the cooler sights in the Santa Cruz Mountains to a pair of distant cousins from outside of South Philly who ate a lot of brown rats in their diet.  He … Continue reading

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The First Millionaire Who Smokes Weed to Come Out of the Closet This Week

The First Millionaire Who Smokes Weed to Come Out of the Closet This Week.  

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to Heaven

The tawny owl was sitting in the tallest redwood tree in the ravine next to my house, more than a hundred feet in the air, listening to Albert King declare with conviction, “Everybody wants to go to Heaven, but nobody … Continue reading

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Animals On The Loose

  The tawny owl, no less than any highly evolved and intelligent creature, has biological, aesthetic, and spiritual preferences that are not strictly based upon reason, or need, or feelings, or consciousness.  Sometimes, it just be that way, homey The … Continue reading

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If Not You, Who?

If Not You, Who?.

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The Essential Bounty of Slime

I have lately been trying to find patterns to think about over and over in the observation of what is called nature by humans outside of my locked door.  In my opinion, I was having a pretty good day at … Continue reading

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I, Yi, Eye

     I was trying to focus on the repercussions from a tendril of fog that was splitting into sequels and evaporating in spirals above the Dungeness crabs feeding at the edge of the Soquel Hole.  The cold waters of … Continue reading

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Unless It Was The Other Way Around

I first noticed a VW Vanagon with a roughly rectangular hole cut out of its roof by a blow torch, to facilitate deeper breathing I suppose, and an ancient Jeep Wagoneer with hieroglyphics spray painted on its flanks, that were … Continue reading

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Home On The Range

     The tawny owl was explaining to me, or attempting to explain,  how the size of the mountainous waves at Mavericks that often give surfers the willies and shrink their balls into kernels the size of yellow corn are … Continue reading

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