Tag Archives: Spring

Singing and Riding in the Rain

One of the hidden pleasures of being a cyclist is singing as I ride.  True, it’s possible to sing in my car, but the sound comes back at me instead of adding to the vibration of the universe.  I can … Continue reading

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Cambridge Spring

I arrived back home at 2 am on Saturday morning, these days the bankrupt American Airlines serves up more delays than they do pretzels.  The air was brisk but the same full moon that I woke to in Grand Goave … Continue reading

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Haitian Spring

Spring in Haiti means increased humidity and frequent evening rainstorms.  During the day the heat may be mitigated by cloud cover, but the breeze dies to nil in the midafternoon, which makes the place sticky as glue.  I feel like … Continue reading

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