Category Archives: Life As a Shared Adventure

Trip to the Land

We did go up to the land Wednesday afternoon, and the first thing we did was look for the yellow stake. Andy could see it with his naked eyes but to him it looked white, not yellow. As predicted, I … Continue reading

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Change of Plans

We had planned to go up to the land for a picnic supper after we mailed our tax protests Tuesday afternoon. But after looking at Andy’s pictures, we decided to wait a day. It was pretty up there (except for … Continue reading

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Baby Kangaroo

How heartwarming! April 26, 2017  

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He Didn’t Do It This Way

Andy pulled out the old stump Sunday so he can plant a new redwood there. But he didn’t do it this way: (If you’re in a hurry skip to the last 10 seconds or so.) April 25, 2017  

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Conversation With Kaitlin

Kaitlin, Torben and the pups went to visit Torben’s folks in Ann Arbor this weekend. Their Whistler app notified me when the pups were back in their home zone, so I wrote to Kaitlin: Me: You’re home! Kaitlin: Yay!!! Yes … Continue reading

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Poor Old Redwood Tree

  Some wood gathers harvested the top of the tree sometime after the 2011 fire. April 23, 2017  

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Poor Little Redwood Tree

It looks grim, doesn’t it? Andy is going to order another one, and in the process he read this: Water your trees! These trees originated at a time when the earth was warmer and wetter than it is today. Once … Continue reading

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Onwards and Upwards

You have to be like a bumper car. And you hit the wall and you back up and you go a different way and you go at the wall again. The only thing I know is not to give up. … Continue reading

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It Helped

Andy did paint the stake yellow, and it is easier to see in the afternoon. (The color gets washed out in the high sun at noon.) As you can see from this picture of the house taken from just in … Continue reading

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Too True?

April 19, 2017  

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