Monthly Archives: October 2018

Caveat: High Stakes

I located the last of the southern platt stakes, today. The context: This was the last one that needed to be found. The three southern stakes were what needed to be located – they are the ones high up on … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #822

Dawn comes later now. The sky, dull silver at eight, tastes the reaching trees.

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Caveat: Caravanophobia

Maybe I should stay out of politics, but I found sympathy with this cartoon on the matter of the hypocrisy inherent in fears about immigration. [daily log: walking, 4km]

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Caveat: Poem #821

I love the light’s mood When the Fall overcast hangs So low and so gray.

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Caveat: Hard labor at 10:22 PM

Last night, Arthur decided that it was time to bring in the “rails” from his boat ramp. It’s like a miniature, 15 meter railroad stuck out into the water; it’s how he gets his boat in and out of the … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #820

Darkness enveloped; the stones clattered underfoot; below, the sea dwelt.

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Caveat: on the emergent paradigm

Here is a random philosophical thought, not fully developed, which occurred to me the other day. Most people don’t care about the surveillance state and/or the lack-of-privacy which is being induced by modern technology. There is actually a simple reason … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #819

We have attachments that others don’t understand. Why so many books?

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Caveat: Saturday Outing

Arthur and I went over to his friends / neighbors Jeri and Karl this evening for dinner. A three mile drive down the road, they have  a beautiful self-built house on the inlet, where they park their sailboat. They are … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #818

Once every day he would ponder the cards, gathering insights that opened his mind, spinning out visions and signs into shards, then he would put them away, and go blind.

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Caveat: Small Steps

I spent a lot of time on my tax work today. I got as far as sending off an email to the preparer with a first draft of the spreadsheet I have to make, summarizing my Korean income for the … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #817

Gravity, Faust-like, grants us powers, but demands we respect its rules.

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Caveat: to the post office via rainbow

We went into town today – Thursday is shopping day. We saw a rainbow leading to the post office. Later, some difficult stuff happened. Arthur insisted it was time to clean the gutters. I’ll perhaps provide more information later. [daily … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #816

Thursdays: into town, do some shopping, run errands – the week’s adventure.

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Caveat: Chance of rain…

This is the Craig I remember so fondly from my times here before. Some pictures. [daily log: walking, 4km]

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Caveat: Poem #815

There are books I read, and books I haven’t read, too; but some are half done.

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Caveat: No brainer

Arthur was talking on the phone with his friend Dean the other day. I only heard one side of the conversation, but Arthur said something quite funny and self-reflective. I guess Dean had asked him how his recovery was going, … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #814

The reasons we do things remain inscrutable, our thoughts spin, running rings, with motivations dull and grayish clouds that drift within their bony domes; while outside visions lift away the seething foams of seas that beat and thrash against perceptions, … Continue reading

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Caveat: Just some pictures on a new blog-host

Here are some photos from yesterday and today. It’s been raining a lot. And I’ve been very busy building a new blog host – I’m self hosting it on my server. I’m not sure this is a permanent solution, but … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #813

The raindrops fall, suggest, and ruminate on wood, on steel, as if possessed, as if their tapping could interpret sweeping time or render grasping trees immobilized; their rhyme, their syncopated tease of meanings never found – unfindable besides – just … Continue reading

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