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THE FARTHERMOST VIEW

Selected Podpieces

GYPSY MOTHS REDUX

Ah, summer on Cape Cod! The sun sends down his gentle rays from the heavens, the Merry Little Breezes ruffle the pines, the air is full of little brown moths, fluttering, flittering, flattering –  Read More 
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JUMPING DOWN THE DUNES

By millimeter and inch and foot and yard, the Cape is getting skinnier.  Read More 
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CAPE COD TOWELS

A friend of mine from a large city on the eastern seaboard was visiting her brother-in-law in Brewster. We met for lunch and a walk along the beach. After discussing the traffic, the state of the tide, her children and my dogs, we walked for a while in silence.

Then she cleared her throat and said, “I want to ask you something.” Read More 
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SUMMER WEATHER

Summer weather is here at last – intermittently, anyway. The morning walks are chilly for about five minutes, and then I start stripping away my outer layers, until by the time I’ve gotten down to the town landing and stared out over the marsh and bay, and walked back up the incline to our little house in the cul de sac, I am nearly naked. The neighbors kindly keep their curtains closed until a decent hour. Read More 
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ONE MORE TIME

Spring again
The yellow-shafted flicker starts drumming in my back yard at about 5:48 a.m. this time of year. Last year his instrument was the metal chimney stack on our roof, but this year he has discovered the birdhouse with a roof made from a Utah license plate.  Read More 
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