Monthly Archives: January 2015

Wednesday Woodworking – Heart box

Just in time for Valentine’s day: A heart shaped box. This is a project that our marquetry club did last weekend.  It’s a band saw box about five inches across.  I didn’t get my 100% finished, so here are the … Continue reading

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California fog costal fog tule fog. In the summer the sea covers the forest in cooling fog shading trees from the heat of the day. Tule fog comes after the refreshing rains when the air stills when the nights are … Continue reading

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In The Choir

He sits in the choir in the same chair for 50 years sings the same part Once his hair was black and his voice could fill the sanctuary this place he built with the others of his time today he … Continue reading

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Timeless – a poetry reading

I recently read a book titled, Singing School, by Robert Pinsky.  No, it’s not about how to sing music.  It’s about how to write poetry by giving examples of notable poems where Pinsky points out the interesting twists and things … Continue reading

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