H/T: Dirt is Good
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I started reading The Introduction to Graceful Labeling…If it says ‘introduction’ one should be okay, no? All I remember now is that caterpillars, and some lobsters, are graceful, but butterflies are not. It seems counter-intuitive. Intuition doesn’t care.
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Of course trees are graceful. Proof:
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Bonus, from the book shelf at the inn:
Consider this: Economic nutrition!
I leave the island, well-fed and inspired in so many ways.
h/t: Growing ‘Fat-Earther’ Movement Believes Planet 2.4 Quintillion Pounds Overweight/ The Onion
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Fantastic Fogo Island Inn, designed by architect Tod Saunders: eerie in the mist.
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We had some fun foraging in a fairly fierce wind too. Only a few drops of rain.
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Apparently it’s moose hunting season here in Newfoundland. I’m happy to hunt blueberries.
That’s not the only good thing here.
This must be one of the best views in the world: a beach teeming with rocks.
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Every tadpole princeling knows what happens once it loses its tail.
Remember The Dong with the Luminous Nose?
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H/T: Gigantic Goliath beetle.
We have had a humungous Family Fall Feast, all prepared in a frantic, gigantic cook-up. I have much to be thankful for.
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