“The thing about the road less traveled is… it’s not really a road.” ~ Jose Wejebe 1958 – 2012
Posts Tagged ‘goodbye’
Dec. 7, 2011: South of Chicago. 0214 hrs. Dark waves of asphalt rose and fell like deep ocean swells, passing easily beneath. The traveler’s eyes stared out blankly over wine-dark waters and a rushing, moonless night. The trees—and they were indeed trees, scattered carelessly over the landscape and leaning, drunkenly, like tombstone in a ghost-town [...]
December 25, 2000 We finally ended up fishing the harbor lights, our backup plan. Almost immediately I started seeing fish: young tarpon that would go maybe fifteen, twenty pounds. (Every time I start to get down on where I live, I have to remind myself that I can catch tarpon five minute’s drive from my [...]
I know, I know; I’m depressed by this too. But we still NEED to pay attention. Really.
Acid Test: The Science of Ocean Acidification from EARTHNATIVE on Vimeo.
Bare stone of spring: damp On my back and dreams amidst Dogwood blossoms fall. for Nadine Schreyer April 27, 2009