Sunday, October 4, 2009


He was in front of us on the path, He or she seeing us first, scuffling of in the woods. I followed it a bit, sorry, i chased it up the tree.

Jane Jacobs and I walked all the way to the 911-pond. It was... oh a very enjoyable walk, but the world is kind of drab, cloudy and all fall colors fading.
This year there seem to be lots of black fall leaves. What does that mean?
I mean scientifically, but we wonder also what is that saying about us?

In the way Steven D. Farmer and Ted Andrews talk about animals.

Steven D. Farmer says about the porcupine:
"See the world through the eyes of a child, trusting your inner mother and father to be there whenever you need them."
to be continued

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