Monthly Archives: November 2011

Primary Season in NH

  Is the kissing artificial, or the ball?  Living in New Hampshire with a Presidential primary coming up, I get used to the signs on the side of the road, but this was a new one for me. Advertisements

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The King Of Honduras

It’s a long story, how I came by the title, The Kind Of Honduras, for my novel.  In fact, I now know the story is well over 50,000 words.  I’m a proud NaNoWriMo Winner! I just scrambled and uploaded the … Continue reading

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The Presidential Ridge of the White Mountains is as spectacular as its name implies.  Encompassing 11 peaks (including the highest in the Northeast — Mt. Washington) and 23 miles, the ridge for the most part is above tree line, wide … Continue reading

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Friday night I hiked up Neville Peak in Espom with the full moon lighting our trail up, even with clouds blowing past and over the moon.  When the racing clouds did open to clear sky, the moon was as bright … Continue reading

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Dawn Haiku

Moon in morning sky Long shadows drape dawn’s pasture Long travels ahead.

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I love palindromes, and I especially love palindrome numbers made by digital clocks (11:11, 10:01, 12:21) and dates.  So, I can’t let 11-11-11 pass without at least saying, what an awesome date.  We had a discussion at a staff meeting … Continue reading

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Warm November

I went running in a short sleeve shirt this morning.  I mowed the lawn in a tank top and shorts yesterday.  As I ran, looking out across mist shrouded fields, passing my neighbor’s colonial breed of cows grazing with their … Continue reading

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