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Mining

Lughnasa                                                               Honey Moon On a similar track to the post below, though in a different direction, all those mining proposals have begun to gnaw […]

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How Can We Let This Happen?

8/13/2013  Lughnasa                                                                       Honey Moon To the EPA meeting in Chicago to discuss sulfide mining in the BWCA: You may not have been to the Boundary Waters, a magical part of America the Beautiful, filled with lakes and rocks and fish and silence.  If not, I hope you get the chance to go sometime in the […]

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No country or corporation has the right to pollute the air at the expense of Singaporeans’ health and wellbeing.

Beltane                                                                                     Solstice Moon Linking the story from Singapore to this article in the […]

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Pruning

Winter                                                                Moon of the Winter Solstice Tomorrow the legislature goes into session and for the first time in three years I’m on the sideline. […]

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Another Beautiful Day. Bah.

Imbolc                                                Woodpecker Moon Another beautiful day. Yes.  But.  What dark forces work to push the boundaries of weather around like so many children’s blocks, a lego castle on wheels rolling north, careening […]

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A Year of No Winter, Now With No Spring?

Imbolc                                         Woodpecker Moon OK.  So, there was this place that used to have winter but had it replaced by a season of cloudy skies and what passes for cold in the southern states.  Then, that […]

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How the New Year Might Look

Winter                                           First Moon of the New Year At an inflection point with the Latin.  Either I keep the pace I currently follow, maybe 6 hours a week; or, I ramp up, say to 10 […]

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Wolf Travels Alone

Winter?                                  First Moon of the New Year Lone wolf crosses into California from Oregon This head line, reassuring and hopeful as it is, still seems sad.  An animal, an apex predator, that used to roam freely throughout the West […]

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Not With A Bang, But A Fever

Samain                                 Moon of the Winter Solstice Durban.  On the somewhat binding, sort of advanced, might be effective at some point result of this latest climate summit. On this point a very interesting column by a philosopher wondering how to […]

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Plans and Further Foolishness

Lughnasa                                                                Waxing Harvest Moon We moved Gertie (the German wire hair, formerly of Denver) and Kona (our oldest dog now, a whippet) downstairs.  Gertie had slept in our bedroom but consistently got Kate up between 6 am and 6:30 am. Their crates downstairs, right under the heating ducts, carry sound well, however, and Kate said […]

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