John Burroughs liked it there. So do we.
The day started with afternoon tea on the veranda, followed by a hike around the lake. There are more trails there than you could properly cover in a week, but we were just there for dinner and a sneak preview. A perfectly amazing place to go.
Post-apocalyptic fiction in its postwar versions has at least two common threads. One is, they tend to be cautionary tales. The most common of course being the threat of nuclear annihilation. There are too many examples of that to even list. But others themes include, “it’s not nice to mess around with germs” (“28 Days […]
The Times had a respectful if distant obituary this morning. They wrote about how he’d become distant and isolated in his later years, narrowing down his circle to his chosen set of musicians — who were by and large also family members. He’d been out there for a while though. Back in the ’70s I […]