From the monthly archives: June 2012

It’s true. A good fence can go a long way to improving neighborly relations. Robert Frost used this 17th Century proverb, “good fences make good neighbors” in his poem Mending Wall, which describes his encounter with a neighbor at the stone wall that separated their properties. I don’t have a stone wall. Instead, I have […]

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The Crack-Up

June 17, 2012 by

Early morning. Last week. Heading out to fish. Saw this car in a nose dive a few hundred feet ahead of me on Topanga Canyon. I couldn’t tell when it had happened. Hours ago? Minutes? Seconds? It was early as I said, and the road was empty, but another car appeared and pulled over. He got […]

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Hello All, Today I’m posting Chapter 13 of High Pocket. In this chapter, Jake sneaks into the Homestake, finds the boarded up entrance to the abandoned level and nearly loses his life to the very real dangers that surround this story. Cheers, fz Chapter 13   It took me about two weeks to get all my […]

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Sunday morning I considered writing a post about the little flower box that Netty and I put together yesterday and hung on our fence. I think it’s rather lovely. I wondered why we had waited so long to build it. We’ve looked at this blank fence for, I don’t know, nearly two years since we’ve been […]

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