Monthly Archives: September 2018

On the Road, West Coast Trip, Day 3: The Spiraling, The Adventure, and Tony!

No spills or falls early yesterday, though I did have an adventure . . . But first, what I went for, at 9:30 AM, that first workshop hour, “Zone Zero in the Garden,” turned out to be Zone Zero in … Continue reading

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On the Road, West Coast Trip 2018, Day 2: The Body — of Me, of Us, of Earth

Day two got going way before dawn, since I was still internally on east coast time. However, because I went to bed at 7 p.m. PDT, I was fine with rising at 4:00 A.M. and getting right to my daily … Continue reading

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On the road, west coast road trip 2018: Day 1, SPIDERWOMAN!

Well, wouldn’t you know! Here I am, on the road, and deciding to post in the early morning from my motel room in Ukiah. Though from the title I give this post, it appears that there may be more, it’s … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox: Let us balance ourselves, as we head into darkness

Autumn Equinox, when the day and the night pause, for one brief and shining moment, as equals, before Sun, for the next three months, in the northern hemisphere, continues to rise later and later and further and further south in … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village, Mid-September: 4 EVENTS, 25 PHOTOS

In order to clear the decks before my upcoming road trip, I decided to make one looooong GAPV post, that will catch up, believe it or not, only the past five days. BTW: I realize that it appears that we … Continue reading

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Two week road trip just ahead: 9/20 through 10/3

The first day of a road trip is always the hardest, to wit: At 3:30 AM this Thursday morning, dear podmate Rebecca will drive me one hour to the Indy airport, where I will fly four hours to San Francisco … Continue reading

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MORE SIGNS OF THE TIMES: — and timing is everything!

I fly to the west coast on Thursday, September 20, which happens to be the date for which the much anticipated Test for the Presidential Emergency Alert was originally planned. And of course, even though I tend to think all … Continue reading

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SIGNS OF THE TIMES: Nuke plant threatened?, Solar observatory reopens? Kavanaugh bad blood? and best of all: General Flynn, on the Q-army

North Carolina nuclear power plant declares “unusual event” following storm, “hot shutdown” Aliens or solar flare? Questions remain as Sunspot Observatory Partially Re-Opens Bad Blood: Judge Kavanaugh’s Mother Foreclosed on Far Left Accuser’s Parents’ Home

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