Monthly Archives: June 2010

On Ocracoke, witnessing to the oil spill

There was a great turnout for the Hands Across the Sand action at noon today at Lifeguard Beach, Ocracoke Island, NC. It was wonderful to see a long line of people joining hands in support of our ocean, our wildlife, … Continue reading

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On an Island

I have loved Ocracoke Island, NC since the first time I drove across it, in the 1970s, on the way somewhere else. You can see how happy I was just to be on the ferry yesterday. In the 1990s, Ocracoke … Continue reading

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Let’s go look at the ocean

Having recovered from jet lag (which I will no longer underestimate), I think I’ll go look at the ocean.  Oh, the precious ocean.  On other shores in the southeastern section of the country, thick black goo is washing up on … Continue reading

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Leaving Paris

We left Paris on Sunday, May 30, after a lovely week. I will enjoy the memory of the heart-shaped brioche from Paul’s that I ate that last morning. Why does the chocolate in Paris taste so much better than anywhere … Continue reading

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