This lunch hour I saw the smallest northern water snake I’ve seen yet at Cutler Pond. It was about the length of a garter snake, and only a little big bigger around than one of those — maybe 5/8 inches diameter, certainly less than half as big around as one of the bigger ones I [...]
Archive for September, 2009
Arlene was in charge of hanging an art exhibit for the Newton Art Association that’s on display for the month of September at the Newton Public Library. The opening reception was last night. She got to hand out the awards and read the judge’s (except that it’s called the juror in this context) comments about [...]
Since we were going to be in Maine for all three days of the weekend, we thought it would be a good opportunity to travel a little farther around the state than we usually do. Last year we had a good time going to Pemaquid with Charley on Labor Day Weekend. Arlene looked at listings [...]
I checked out the hazel patch early. Only three of the original ten chestnuts are still alive. Perhaps the worst part of that is that two of the three are “tree”, as opposed to “nut”, type trees — that is, they were bred for growing to impressive trees rather than for producing big crops. I [...]
I lost a couple of posts that I had written, because of some server update. I guess I wrote the posts when the data was partway transferred to the new server, but I posted it to the old server, and it never got transferred. Or some such. So I need to reconstruct what I had.
Last night Arlene & Charley & I went to see an open dress rehearsal of the play, C. P. Taylor’s Good, that Patsy is directing at the Boston Conservatory. Pix here at Charley’s photo blog. It’s about how someone goes from being a reasonably good person to a Nazi.
It was in the Zack Box theatre, [...]
Last night we got together with Anne, Matt, and Charley for dinner at Koreana in Cambridge. It’s around the block and across Prospect Street from where Anne & Matt live. There’s lots of construction on their street (which is a little surprising for this recession) and the area is getting significantly upgraded. We could see [...]