57 bar steep fall 29.94 7mph ENE dew-point 52 Beltane, cloudy and cool
Last Quarter of the Hare Moon
Can this possibly mean what it says? “While cities are hot spots for global warming, study finds people in them emit fewer gases.” Washington Post, 5/29/2008 In this same vein I watched part of a National Geographic Program on an outlaw biker gang, the Mongols. The narrator made this surprising statement, “Their lawlessness got out of hand.” Hmmm.
When I travel by car, I spend more time picking reading material, movies and audiobooks than I do clothing. This will not surprise some of you who know my fashion sense, late sixties college student unregenerate, yet it always surprises me.
Each trip has a theme. Don’t know when that started, but it helps me make decisions on the road and to deepen the experience. This trip to Denver, in addition to the obvious theme of tribal initiation (the bris), nature writing and trees will occupy my time. Not hard to figure out where this came from.
My first nights stay is at the Arbor Day Foundation in Nebraska City, Nebraska. I’m taking along a book I bought awhile back called Arboretum America. It tells the story of trees in the history of the US. Also a book of nature writing.