Tag Archives: Sierra Club

A Changeable Month

Fall                                                Waxing Autumn Moon A warm fall night, a clear sky, a half moon high above it all.  The moon roof open on the Celica.  October in Minnesota.  A changeable month. The Sierra Club set its legislative priorities tonight, though … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the Dark Time

Lughnasa                                         Waning Harvest Moon The museum (MIA) has us check out when we’re going to be gone over our tour days, so I’ve checked out from mid-October through early December.  I’ve not had many tours in August and none in … Continue reading

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Capitol Camp Out

Mid-Summer                                                                  Waxing Honey Flow Moon Mark and I drove into St. Paul to help set-up the Capitol Camp-Out action on the lawn of the State Capitol.    We helped set up the sound system, then transferred to pitching tents, ones with … Continue reading

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Take Action Against Sulfide Mining Exploratory Drilling

Mid-Summer                                                                      Waning Garlic Moon This is part of a note I sent to the Forest Service about issuing permits for exploratory drilling in Northeastern Minnesota.  You can take part by clicking: “Please accept these comments on the Federal Hardrock Mineral … Continue reading

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Beltane                                                               Full Garlic Moon Boy, the learning is slow on Latin.  I slogged through conditional counter-factual clauses and how to translate subjunctive verbs within them.  I’m still at the beginning of the Pentheus story but already we know what will … Continue reading

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A Sucker. One Born Every Minute.

Beltane                                                         Waning Last Crescent Moon So.  Last Wednesday I drove into Minneapolis for the last regular legcom meeting of this year.  We’d been going at it since January, once a week, with all the prep work and other matters (legislative … Continue reading

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A Northern Night

Beltane                                                                                      Full Last Frost Moon The last legcom call of the session tonight.  I went into the Sierra Club office to make the call because I had to be in a meeting at 6 pm just down the block.  The … Continue reading

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Busy Friday

Beltane                                                                                           Waxing Last Frost Moon Finally.  One chunk of the Metamorphosis finished in a literal (sort 0f) version.  That’s Book III:138-250.  My learning curve has been steep, sometimes so much so that I thought I might tip over backwards, but … Continue reading

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