The Long March to Winter

The fall was lazy, sunny, long, warm, and guillotined closed a couple weeks ago. One day, everyone trotted around in […]

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A Modest Proposal

By Keith Liggett This truckers protest got me thinking. We need to come up with a way to accommodate both […]

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A Winter Like Jazz

The ski area, and our town, died on March 16. Suddenly and dramatically, we drove off an unseen cliff.

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Half A House Is Still Only Half

The City must work with the employees to better their wages and move them out of “affordable housing” into their own homes, so the next group of residents can follow in their footsteps.

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Ahh . . . Winter!

Today I woke and walked downstairs in the half-light of early dawn. Two tracks broke the blanket of snow in the street. The falling snow diffused the street lights.

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The Weather Broke

A bit of wind pushes the wet into corners, dry for weeks, and spreads the newly freshened air through the open windows and doors of the house.

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