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memory # 6: Little River Monsters

The silty silky feel of the riverbed oozing between my toes is still vivid, the stones and pebbles sharp and slick, the bracing cold of the current rushing against you, even the occasional bump of a swimming fish.  266 more words

Table Mountain April 5, 2014

I’ve been absent from my blog for a while, but spent a day among the glory of wildflowers and waterfalls at Table Mountain near Oroville, Ca.   229 more words

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Coolawang Cove

This overnight camp and coastal walk represented unfinished business for Tresh and I.
On a clear day in July last year he and I had walked the coastline from Kings Head (near Victor Harbour). 530 more words

Beach

Froggy

Gathering up the netting

and planning your attack.

Deceitfuly creeping up on

the verde, little frog.

Raising the net above his head

to close in on your prey. 62 more words

Poem

The Creek

Beside a stream
I dreamt a dream
Of peace, joy and gladness
But unfulfilled desires
Rushed my eyes
Provoking tears of pain and sadness.

Can broken stones… 50 more words

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Think Blue Reminds You To Protect Our Waterways

Think Blue San Diego, suggests  that you let the rain do the watering!  City of San Diego Public Utilities customers can install rain barrels at their homes – and may qualify for a rebate. 63 more words

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