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back of the vehicle semiotics: continues

Fall                                                                           Harvest Moon A very new and odd one. Saw a motorcycle headed up 285 two days ago. Attached to the jump seat was a mountain bike. It stuck out well over the motorcycle’s rear tire, its own front tire removed and strapped to the side. Sort of made sense, but looked strange.

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Mostly Musical

Fall                                                                         Harvest Moon Wow. Had a lot on my mind yesterday. Sorry about the length. More yet, too. Anyhow. Met with Tara yesterday. Director of Education at Beth Evergreen. I said, Help. She gave me lots of ideas on classroom management, help. She’s delightful. Bright. Straightforward. Open. An example. How you arrange the classroom is […]

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Back of the Vehicle Semiotics: A Continuing Search

Fall                                                                            Harvest Moon A Subaru yesterday with three bumper stickers: Be Kind. Hiker. And, “Not a Native, but I got here as fast as I could.” printed on the familiar green with white mountains bumper sticker that often announces so-called Native Coloradans.  

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The Very Model

Summer                                                                 Monsoon Moon found by friend Bill Schmidt:

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Yumm

Imbolc                                                             (New Shoulder) Moon In my continuing and haphazard research into the semiotics of the American vehicle, especially the rear window and below it, I present my latest find discovered when I went to pick up supplies for my hearing aid.

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Things Disney Never Told Us

Winter                                                                     Moon of the Long Nights Found:  The nearest star is 4.25 light-years from Earth which is why most wishes take at least 9 years to come true.

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So true.

Midsommar                                                                        New (Kate’s) Moon

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At the Everbean Coffee Shop in Evergreen

Midsommar                                                                      Most Heat Moon

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Whadya think?

Beltane                                                                   Moon of the Summer Solstice

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The Longest Day

Beltane                                                                             Rushing Waters Moon These are the last two days of the Rushing Waters Moon but its namesake […]

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