Tag Archives: St. Lawrence River

Eyes Wide

I wrote this to read at my 80th birthday party, but passed because I decided it was too something slash other for the occasion. #1152 Continue reading

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Trident

NaPoWriMo 20: A remnant of times past weaves into legend. Continue reading

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Apple Time

NaPoWriMo 11: Predictable, of course, a visit up the hill to Marlin Orchard as the leaves turn. Even in Spring it appeals. Continue reading

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Catalogue

NaPoWriMo 9: Driving along the river today towards Lancaster and back, saw the impervious white ice is for the most part gone. The water was sparkling blue. Such a relief! Continue reading

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gold on water

NaPoWriMo day 23: On the way to see the opening performance of vagabond’s play, I was struck by the afterglow of the sunset on the canal. (#1074) Continue reading

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Smokes

NaPoWriMo day 9: we have a little problem with certain organized boaters who smuggle cigarettes across the river here. (#1060) Continue reading

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barefoot

When winter gets tough, rather than go south, I like to remember the wonderful summers we have stacked up, ready for reminiscence. (#1010) Continue reading

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