It is Thanksgiving and the world seems in pretty awful shape sometimes. I just got more information about why we seem to find it impossible to do better, to live with by the people for the people sort of principles. This is a 2 hour documentary – mostly a bit of history of how the … More Thanksgiving – a bit of history?
Evening walks on quiet beaches – the pink sky is the moonrise. The Lobster Pot Tree is up for Thanksgiving, in Esta Park looking over the harbor. This is a (not very old) Block island tradition (in its fifth year). Thanksgiving. Its tomorrow. Thanks from me to this island and beyond. I am feeling very … More Thanksgiving and the Lobster Pot Tree
The family have been pretty busy since I returned to BI. So at the weekend I was looking after Finlay. I have been busy too so not much blogging / thinking time. Beach time with Finlay It is NOVEMBER – but who cares if you can catch stones and seaweed in the water?
When I left Block Island in October to spend a month in Edinburgh, I had to take all the boxes in off the deck in case there would be a storm [there were a couple]. I thought everything would just die and no matter I would deal with that later, and next year. When I … More Where do I call home?
On the count-down – I leave Edinburgh on Friday to return to Block Island. If fog permits, the forecast is good thank goodness, I am sorry for those who have been disrupted for the last few days, but it is incredibly beautiful. The weekend was good too, family staying in Edinburgh so we found ourselves … More November in Edinburgh