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Chronicling Interesting Boulders – Postcard #55

Alongside raging Lynn Creek, Dave remarks about boulders which are indeed interesting as the sign pointed out, then reads a haibun about books and statues on a curly maple shelf, and poems about buying hardware and fruit in Bucerias, mysterious curves and clouds, and solace for weary delirious travelers, while Wm. Lenker sings the traditional folksong Moonshiner (Rye Whiskey).

Perch yourself atop a rock for Chronicling Interesting Boulders – Postcard #55 (.mp3, 16:35, 15MB)

Chronicling Interesting Boulders

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Bivouacked with books (haibun)

Off the Brittany Seacoast (excerpt)

porch supper briefly

Mexican word for hammer and nails

the wrong change again

start of something

leaning forward now

i’ve seen the pathway (tired traveler)

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