Cane

At dawn (but no sunrise, overcast) walked across the Beaufort Bridge, ran into the bridgekeeper. He says he grew up where waterfront park is located, always wanted to operate the bridge. The man got his wish.

February 2004 I visited Megan, Percy, Fredericka, Bella and Kathy Ravenel. We went to a nursery on Edisto. I bought a quercus virginiana.

I planted the live oak at Slabtown. This fall, nineteen years later, it made acorns.

Kathy Ravenel, Fred Alexander

Home

Market Street Park aerial
This is the park that launched a thousand ships, Market Street Park. Formerly Emancipation Park, formerly Lee Park, formerly…
These days the park is home to a number of people who can’t afford the highly inflated rents and real estate prices in Charlottesville.
There is an open house at the park today (Saturday October 21)

more cowbell

through a mirror darkly
I ran into Steve Ashby. Steve made the mistake of telling me he enjoyed looking at the antiquated photography stuff on this site. He said it like an English major would say it (didn’t use word “stuff”). I was flattered… Mercy, what words do I want to hear “can I give you a thousand dollars? Do you want another drink?”
Yes! three times three
more cowbell