Friday, December 12, 2008

Full Moon.

That storm blew itself apart right around sunset last night. It was raining and blowing hard and I was driving down Battleground and out west you could see a small hole through which there was the sunset— we picked up another half-inch overnight from the back half of the storm, and this morning dawned cool and largely cloudless and we're back already at the pattern we've had these past few weeks, cold and dry and cold and dry. The moon tonight is as close as it will be all year. It was huge and perfect coming up in the east this evening. High tides, coastal friends and fans of lunar cycles. We had a spectacular fall. We seem to be having a damn fine winter so far, too. We do like ourselves some seasons over here at ANYLF.

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