Monthly Archives: June 2016

The International Beach Glass Museum

Cass Forrington (Captain Cass Forrington) is the founder of the Sea Glass Museum in Fort Bragg. The museum is called the International Sea Glass Museum. I googled “sea glass museums” and a quick skim showed me a lot of glass … Continue reading

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The Path to the Beach

Just as I got the bottom of the steep trail, almost down to the water, I head a pattering sound above me, like rain on a roof. It was gravel, a trickle of rock tumbling down from the concave cliff … Continue reading

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Both/ And

I saw this drawn on a driftwood log on the beach at the mouth of Big River, in Mendocino, California. I thought it was beautiful and intriguing and I took a picture of it. And then I discovered that I … Continue reading

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The Blue Knife

The blue knife is a Joyce Chen kitchen knife. It has a blue handle, a painted blue blade and a blue sheath of hard plastic. To be honest, it may be a Joyce Chen knock-off. I don’t remember. I bought … Continue reading

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Orphan Black Season Four: A Serious Complaint

I have a complaint to make about BBC America’s innovative science fiction- feminist-clone-conspiracy-mystery-thriller-comedy Orphan Black, Season Four. This is a big complaint, people! So listen up: not enough chocolate mousse in the dish, you guys! Seriously, Season Four has only … Continue reading

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The New Small Camera

My Nikon Coolpix is dying, and I am going a few places this summer (including Kansas City for WorldCon) where I want to take pictures. Hauling my beloved Canon DSLR seems cumbersome and feels a bit like making myself a … Continue reading

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