Monthly Archives: February 2019

hanzo huraches and me

Days full of rain Sky’s comin’ down again I get so tired Of these same old blues Same old song Baby, it won’t be long ‘fore I be tyin’ on My flyin’ shoes — the prophet van zandt The last … Continue reading

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the day Rudolph saw snow

based on a true story

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my life as a hipster dog

The track was closed today because the track is always closed. That’s not new. What IS new is that the dog park was closed because of the Great Storm of 2019. But fear not — the dogs just moved the … Continue reading

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weather or not

Though the Berkshires seemed dreamlike on account of that frosting with 10 miles behind me and 10,000 more to go … — the prophet james taylor Mo and I talk a lot about moving to Flagstaff or Seattle. Maybe Portland. … Continue reading

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radiant shimmering light

Snapshots from a rainy day: » I pull on my wool shirt, my fleece jacket, my marmot rain jacket, my neoprene booties, some shoes I don’t mind getting soaked, and head out into the elements. Rain and wind be damned; … Continue reading

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anne who?

And then, after 20 years as a law-abiding citizen, I jumped the fence at the track. It started out innocently enough. Walking up, I could see the only gate open yesterday was now locked, so no track today. But as … Continue reading

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a leap of faith

One of the challenges with a community college track is its limited budget. The peeps in charge of the track can’t afford some of the advanced features found at the Big University Tracks. Case in point: the hurdles. Our track … Continue reading

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