The culverts are running; the culverts are running, July 31, 2009
Floods of '09
In the last few days we've had 2 floods here second only to the 100 year flood back in the summer of '00. These culverts are normally dry in the summer but this year they have been running constantly.
Tomorrow looks to be a sunny day - a day to resume my leak detection program...
As my few faithful readers know, I've been seriously behind in my posts of late and finally got caught up to date. If you want to step back to where I left off, you can start at Friday, July 24, 2009 - Pittsfield MA
On my property off Less Traveled Road - The Home Place, Red Rock, East Chatham NY
- I used to camp in a few locations on what little I had left of the family farm
- In the driveway by the house
- Across the road where the barn once stood
- On the 20 acre piece off Less Traveled Road
- Now, with the kind support of the friends who now own the place, I camp across the road where the barn once stood.
- Verizon cell phone service - Terrible, barely usable with an amplifier
- Verizon EVDO service - Terrible, barely usable with an amplifier
- Find other references to Home Place
- List the nights I've camped here
- Check the weather here
..There is a Byzantium, but not the one Yeats writes about. There is another country the aging occupy and which we share with children. Its borders are formed by the animal that arises in puberty and subsides with the onset of wisdom. It is a land where seven and seventy are kin. Where there are no concerns other than playing and learning and loving. The inhabitants of this land are in no hurry. Our days are dense with experiences. We have, as the Spanish say, more time than life.
Going the Distance: One Man's Journey to the End of His Life George Sheehan, M. D.