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Left Coast Problems

It’s easy to forget but there Can be a lot of wetness where The sun escapes the summer sky (We’re driving up the coast is why) Advertisements

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The Place To Be

On a northbound bus On a bright, hot afternoon On the right-hand side

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My SoCal Weekend

A thousand miles ago, we three– A spider and my wife and me– Left Salem in a minivan And headed south. We had a plan– My wife and I; we hadn’t polled The spider, who’d, in turn, not told Us … Continue reading

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Traveler’s Moon

This local moon’s just not the same It only partly fills the frame Where ours at home goes wall-to-wall This moon is not like that at all It’s small and pale, more –ish than white– The face inside’s not smiling … Continue reading

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Jiggity-Jat

Dogs who know you’ve been away Will celebrate the happy day Of your return; though cats may, too, They show it by ignoring you.

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Mr. Hammond To The Wet Courtesy Phone

Soggy locals think We brought northwest weather south If they only knew

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Holiday Travel

If the summit’s dry We’ll be there tomorrow night; Otherwise, next year.

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