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_______________________________________ Be obscure clearly. —E.B. White
__________________________ The windows of my soul I throw Wide open to the sun. —John Greenleaf Whittier
Good dog, Hank! ____________________ Always try to keep a patch of sky above your life. —Marcel Proust
A frolic of Labradors A ray of sunshine A floundering, saffron-sailed junk rig ketch and associated sailor rescued by the Seattle Police boat in the waters off Shilshole: Flashing blue and white lights, siren and everything. Warm sand A brown-robed, rope-belted and Birkenstock-besandaled … Continue reading
Hank notes that February’s birthstone apparently means, “not drunken.” Well, alrighty then. But he’s still been feeling a little giddy over our recent spate of lovely sunsets. Spring is on its way! __________________________
Hey dogs, Hank needs your help figuring something out. (And brings a perfect diversion to those of you who haven’t yet filed your taxes and are searching for one more sidetrack…may Hank suggest IRS Form 4868? You’ll have more time … Continue reading
February in Seattle can mean many things. Some years, it’s a microfleece bikini (this is Seattle, after all) on the sunny back deck and some years it’s endless rain and more Gore-Tex. Hank prefers a tartan lava-lava. This year it’s … Continue reading
Spring is coming! Clear skies and brisk breezes today and all the world was soaring. The bald eagles, crows, seagulls, windsurfers, kites, even the waxing crescent moon seemed head-to-the-wind.