Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Turning

I am writing this post from a small sweet campground just south of Olympia, Washington. Last night I heard coyotes singing, and this morning a rooster shouted insistently to say it was time to get up. Tall cedars and hardwoods … Continue reading

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Strawberry Fields Forever

Portland area folks, I’ll be doing a reading at Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus on Tuesday, June 27th at 2pm in the Women’s Resource Center. About 25 minutes or so, from the blog and the memoir-in-progress, and then Q … Continue reading

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Mendocin-ohhhhh….

Mendocino – wow. Where do I start? With the absurdly charming little town that appears, literally out of nowhere, as you crest the hill on Lansing Street, the town a New England charmer with its own Cali twist? With the … Continue reading

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We Interrupt This Blog Site…

Dear Ones – I am still in California, in Salinas and heading for Santa Cruz, where this weekend I will officiate at a wedding for some dear sweet young’uns, and do some re-uning with treasured friends. I’ll give an updated post next … Continue reading

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Journey from “Grade” to “Grace”

Here is something I did not know: that trees could grow so very straight. I left Mt. Shasta yesterday afternoon, early. What followed wasn’t really the trip from hell, but it wasn’t much fun, either. I have a complicated relationship … Continue reading

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