You don’t know what you’ve got til it’s gone

This is an ode to one of my favorite places on earth.

I hope it stays like this forever.

I am NOT in favor of the land adjacent to it being sold for commercial use.

Let us hope that does not go forward.

If you would like to prevent that please see this page: The Fate of The Green Building.

Secrets in the Shadows

Silver and green
shades of mellow stillness
shine from
a shrouded mirror of fog.

Mythical mysteries lurk
within black pools
beneath the lillies
where time sleeps,
and dreams lie dark,
waiting.

Pave paradise and put up a parking lot!

September 2019

I go to Nova Scotia every summer through the end of October and stay at my home on a drumlin (google it! LOL) that sticks out into the middle of a wide curving bay called Clam Bay. The community is named Abbecombec, which as it turns out, is derived from the native word for a wide curving bay.

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August 2019

I go to Nova Scotia every summer through the end of October and stay at my home on a drumlin (google it! LOL) that sticks out into the middle of a wide curving bay called Clam Bay. The community is named Abbecombec, which as it turns out, is derived from the native word for a wide curving bay.

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July 2019

I go to Nova Scotia every summer through the end of October and stay at my home on a drumlin (google it! LOL) that sticks out into the middle of a wide curving bay called Clam Bay. The community is named Abbecombec, which as it turns out, is derived from the native word for a wide curving bay.

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Morning in the Marsh

The Abbecombec Marshes are part of the preserved common land jointly held by lot owners in the gated development where I’m building my new home. It’s gated due to some extreme deer poaching issues they had in recent years. A couple of bad apples spoiling access to this pristine natural wonder for the rest of the community. Continue reading