Monthly Archives: December 2012

Buckmister & Amber – 20

Well, here I am home again and I must admit it feels pretty good. I’ve never really understood this Santa thing, but I want to believe.

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Buckminster & Amber – 19

I slept by the front door last night, and was here this morning when the house-woman left for work. I expected a shriek when she saw Bucks, but there was nothing! What?! Has something happened to him? The Coyote?! Don’t … Continue reading

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Buckmister Amber – 18

Oh my God! He’s seen me and he’s coming for me. I can feel my hair stand up on end, which makes me look a lot bigger than I really am. A bigger target. This is it. No trees that … Continue reading

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On Leaving America – Part 34 B

I decided to repaint the hood over the engine—not sure why. I had it painted and all put together except for the latch which held it down. I was going to bolt that on when I got to wherever I … Continue reading

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On Leaving America – Part 34

On Leaving America – Part 34 I sold my van today, a 1971 Ford Econoline. I bought it new. It’s lasted all these years. I couldn’t see shipping it to Sweden, though I might have made money on the deal. … Continue reading

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Christ Cllimbed Down

From Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s Coney Island of the Mind Christ climbed down from His bare Tree this year and ran away to where there were no rootless Christmas trees hung with candycanes and breakable stars Christ climbed down from His bare … Continue reading

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Hong Kong – Cat Street

Upper Lascar Row is better known as Cat Street. Lined by antique shops now, a long steep alley once much frequented by sailors and by thieves. The thieves were known as Rats. People who bought from them were called Cats—thus … Continue reading

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