A Disturbance In The Force, State of the Now

Riding, Blogging Awareness of the outside world. More of this please. The Guardian: ‘The American lawn feels irresponsible’: the LA homes ditching grass for drought-friendly gardens, Beckett, photographs by Jucevic, 24 Sept 2022. Yes! Thank you. I have long thought we as a society should stop trying to pretend we live in bijoux English countryContinue reading “A Disturbance In The Force, State of the Now”

The Comfort Ride, ASB Lesson

Riding Awareness of the outside world. Gov.UK: History, 10 Downing Street, Larry, Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office. ~~~ Lesson at Stepping Stone Farm with Optimus, with inaugural ride of new helmet. [Shopping] I want to be the bold, aggressive rider who takes on any challenge. I’m not. Especially now that the saddle seat barnContinue reading “The Comfort Ride, ASB Lesson”

Tennessee Travels, Rodney’s Contribution

Horsekeeping Awareness of the outside world. I don’t remember the exact statistic, nor where I read it. My point here is my reaction. Statement: Important-Covid-Factiod does not effect people under 50! Okay, I’m safe. No, I’m not. Not by 9 years. Sheesh. ~~~ We almost didn’t go to the MTCC Derby. [Tennessee Travels, Driving] TheContinue reading “Tennessee Travels, Rodney’s Contribution”

Tennessee Travels, Shopping

Riding, Horsekeeping Awareness of the outside world. While the ‘very important people’ are going to do a bunch of posturing, a whole army of workers is going to get started fixing very explicit problems. AL.com: ‘Very fluid situation’: Alabama utilities on stand by, or in Florida, to help restore power after Hurricane Ian, Sep. 29,Continue reading “Tennessee Travels, Shopping”

Tennessee Travels, Photography

Images Awareness of the outside world. “An honor to give the opening keynote at Italia Tech Week. As we face the fears of our present the past can remind us we really have made great progress with things like vaccines, refrigeration, affordable books & education, things our ancestors never dreamed we could achieve.” Ada Palmer,Continue reading “Tennessee Travels, Photography”