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Speaking of metaphors . . . We lost power in Maine early Sunday afternoon. The storm felled an oak tree across our road, taking out the power lines and blocking the way. Without that immediate problem we would have lost … Continue reading
This week’s morning-swim air temperatures (6:30-7 am): 58, 58, 58, 58, 62, and 56 degrees Farenheit. I don’t know the lake’s temperature, but at this time of the morning it is much warmer than the air.
A Maine neighbor recently said there were vestibular bats roosting at her house. “Vestibular?” It’s her idiosyncratic locational, not species, description. The bats hang upside down in her vestibule in the middle of the night, resting and digesting for a … Continue reading