Category Archives: Colorado

Be You. Home.

Samain and the Full Thanksgiving Moon Sunday gratefuls: The Full Thanksgiving Moon, which traveled west over the course of the night. Mary’s calendar of Joe and Seoah’s time in Singapore. Her seeing them off at Changi on their way to … Continue reading

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The New West

Samain and the Moon of Thanksgiving Wednesday gratefuls: Mountain Waste. Doctors. The one here and the ones out there. Roads. The builders of Colorado Mountain roads. His Dark Materials. Phillip Pullman. Friends. Caregiving. Tsundoku. Collecting books you have not read. … Continue reading

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Zozobraed

Samain and the Moon of Radical Change (just take out Trump and I’ll call it radical change) Thursday gratefuls: Vote talliers. Reporters. Democrats voting. Republicans (if you can call them that) voting. Lisa Cutter wins. Hickenlooper wins. Wolf introduction proposition … Continue reading

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Fattening, Not Flattening

Fall and the Moon of Radical Change Wednesday gratefuls: New wheelchair. #19! Better comfort for Kate. Covid days and Covid nights. With the flu on its way. Hunker down, USA. A gift from Ancient One, Tom Crane. Safeway. Picking up … Continue reading

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At the Peak

Fall, the RBG Moon and Mars Sunday gratefuls: Oktoberfest. On Shadow Mountain. Kate’s list of things to do. Aspen leaves, gold nuggets flying in the Wind. Orion. Clear and comforting. For over 50 years. The 8 point Buck that strolled … Continue reading

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