Tag Archives: Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line

Walking The Line

There are so many lines to walk. Fine lines. Thin lines. Deadlines. Straight lines. Front lines. Borderlines. Picket lines. Fire lines. Yellow lines … whew yeah, we’re just getting started here with the line thing. Today it’s about walking that … Continue reading

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Turning a Corner on Time

It’s Day 2 of the New Year.  2013 is already strengthening its foothold, but I still chirp “happy new year” at the beginning of each sentence.  You’ll hear me say this for at least another week…as long as I can … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Oak Moth

They’re trying to compete with the human takeover of Earth. They camouflage themselves with fluttery, seductive, feathery-sweet wing-light in the late afternoon, but we know better. The California Oakworm or California Oak Moth (Phryganidia californica) is in its first mating season in Santa … Continue reading

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