If I don’t do something soon, June will get away from me unrecorded, so here’s a precis of the month’s doings:
A lot of garden marvels, new vistas pretty much daily:
New rock creatures, even one right in the back yard where it’s been (I suppose) hiding in plain sight for 16+ years:
Color infrared experiments
There’s Another New Instrument (Daddy’s Day was my excuse this time).
And a lot of work (reading, writing, cogitation) on Convivium questions centered on memory.
There’s a Project just taking shape to make better sense of the welter of books on language, linguistics, lexicons, lexicography. That will probably enliven July, and necessitates a reorganization of the Auxiliary Library in the barn. And of course the piles of books on divers subjects grow and totter, delightfully.
And 25-30 miles a week of St. George peninsula roadside trash continues to be picked up on an almost daily basis (well over 140,000 cigarette butts in the four years since we started counting).