Lanterns for Welsh Miners – Postcard #34

Postcard from Gravelly Beach – Nepal trio of postboxes

Dave reads a smattering from Gary Snyder, Jack Kerouac and original verse written in Germany in 1992, joined by Trauben the hitchhiking acupuncturist (who toils to understand a Welsh miner’s lantern), the lads chat about flowing chi, Cascade mountain lookouts the author as a young writer while attempting to communicate with racoons – possibly bearing gifts.

Light a match for: Lanterns for Welsh Miners – Postcard #34 (.mp3 20:29)

sisters from porchMountains awaiting gazing, not asking to be climbed

Music: snippets from Gord Downie singing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and Stuart Dempster‘s experimental live recording with didjeridoo and trombone from KEXP Sonarchy Radio Podcast recorded at Jack Straw non-profit recording studios.

Bonus: flowing chi, Cascade mountain lookouts (NY Times article) the author as a young writer

dave-trev-londonPoet Dave (L) and Doctor Trevor/Trauben as youthful hitchhikers in Europe, 1992, in this case London, UK

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