Monthly Archives: April 2014

Home…

After nearly a week in Kitchener with Erica’s and Galen’s families, we arrived home two days ago. Home, to the ugliest season of the year—wet and brown, dirty clumps of still-melting snow here and there, and only a few hints … Continue reading

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Bird by bird

Tonight we’re somewhere in Alabama—it hardly matters where. We’re now driving north, backwards in time from summer to early spring. Lush greens in Louisiana giving way to a fresher, earlier-spring palate in Alabama. We spent Monday afternoon and Tuesday in … Continue reading

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Padre Island Fiasco

Apologies for the length of this post…it just all added up. We should have listed to you, Stu. When I asked about the Gulf coast of Texas, you suggested Port Aransas, on the north end of North Padre Island. Before … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on home

I said a quiet good-bye to Guanajuato early this morning, sitting on the bottom step of our callejon. I’d taken a garbage bag down to the dumpster and was waiting for Jack to come around with the car after locking … Continue reading

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Jacarandas

Someday, somehow, I’m going to figure out how to have the photos line up in the published form the way they appear in the draft. In the meantime…all scrambled up again! When the jacarandas bloom, I know it’s almost time … Continue reading

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Jacarandas

Someday, somehow, I’m going to figure out how to have the photos line up in the published form the way they appear in the draft. In the meantime…all scrambled up again! When the jacarandas bloom, I know it’s almost time … Continue reading

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