A loyal and obviously deeply intelligent reader, Miss Molly Walchuk, recently sent this link to a piece about a book called The Topography of Tears. You have GOT to take a look.
Here are some scenes from my travels about New England (to be continued) this past week-plus.
On some level, I've been crying the whole time.
|FULLER GARDENS, |
RYE BEACH, NH.
THANK YOU TO COUSIN DICKIE, LITTLE BROTHER TIM, AND MINDY FULLER.
|RYE BEACH. NH.|
NOTE TO TOWN PLANNING BOARD/POLICE;
JOIN WITH NORTH HAMPTON, AND LET US GRATEFUL VISITORS
LEAVE OUR CARS ON CAUSEWAY STREET.
THAT PARKING TICKET WAS MEAN!
COMPLETELY UNCALLED FOR TO A NATIVE DAUGHTER!
|EASTERN PROMENADE, |
THANKS TO BONNIE BLYTHE, DANIEL,
AND THE SAHARA CLUB FOR A WARM WELCOME!
|QUEEN ANNE'S LACE|
ALONG WITH MILKWEED AND GOLDENROD
THESE GRACE THE BANKS OF SEEMINGLY EVERY BACK VERMONT ROAD.
THREE TINY ALREADY FALLEN APPLES BY THE SIDE OF MAIN ST.
TEARS OF STRANGLED JOY: WINTER IS COMING.
THANK YOU ALTOON SULTAN FOR A TRULY BEAUTIFUL VISIT TO GROTON.