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How Does the DJ Know to Only Play Songs About You?

Love, or falling into it, is a walk back at night in winter, under snow and silent, spreading clouds, crossing the pools of lamplight and ignored by sleeping houses, heading off into the dark and the cold, hands bunched in pockets, radio … Continue reading

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A Season Past

That long, brutal winter of the Finger Lakes I told you about in the last couple posts?  There are some pretty interesting aspects of it too.  One of the neatest being the drop in the level of the lake.  When … Continue reading

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Cayuga’s Solitude

In the summer boats are infrequent, in winter they are thoroughly absent.  The far shore is a long two miles away, though, in the brilliant but short January light, it looks much closer.  Sometimes the curtain of snow comes down … Continue reading

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