Monthly Archives: March 2016

DC’s New Ravens

After watching this NBC 4 News story about our new DC Ravens, I made a river foray to see if I could find them.  I never found the actual nest but did spot one hanging out in a Sycamore tree.  … Continue reading

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Recent Finds on Potomac Ave.

Here are (common) stone artifacts recently found on Potomac Ave.   – flakes, broken points/chisel,  fired rock, likely pestle fragment.   Just more of  your Palisades archeo textbook finds at about 10 inches below surface.

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El Payaso Gringo

There’s always a general shock when returning to civilization, but Donald Trump’s escapades yesterday made mine even more traumatic.  Reading an article in the NYT, I found Thomas R. Edsall’s comments most insightful. The tragedy of the 2016 campaign is … Continue reading

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Temporary Residence

This was my home-away-from-home over the past week- otherwise just known as Carlos’ art studio.  It’s beautifully enveloped in a tropical eden.

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