Monthly Archives: October 2020


Oh my goodness I am so sorry I meant to post this a while ago! But what first came to my mind when reading the stone unit was the Grand Canyon. My cousins actually took a trip to the Grand … Continue reading

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Heat and Cold

“Between the melting and the freezing, the soul sap quivers.”  T. S. Elliot, as quoted in Macauley on p. 207. Heat and cold, while relative experiences of molecular movements and atmospheric states, are an intimate part of our every moment. … Continue reading

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Stuckie the Dog

This is a very belated post about wood, however I recently saw a video that sparked my interest.  About 20 years ago, a hunting dog was chasing a raccoon around its yard when the raccoon ran up a hallow stretch … Continue reading

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