March 24, 2003

I’m back in Ess Eff, breathing in that slightly salty ocean air that I’ve come to love. As usual, a nice thought-gathering, mind-clearing drive from L.A. Hanging fog and ominous clouds on the Grapevine opened up to a vast, overcast sky and semi-present sun on the farmland stretch of the 5 freeway. You knew the sun was there because of the pale yellow light that it cast–it kind of felt like I was driving through dusk for three hours. Very nice.

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  1. danielplanet Says:

    Hey!
    Ylin told me you left for Ess Eff.  For some reason, I figured you’d be around longer.  We should’ve at least grabbed a cup of Joe.  Drat.
    Well, hope you had a good seven days rest!  Now, you’re all brand new, ready to face the City’s demands.  Take care and have a good week.
    Matt11:28

  2. argonaut Says:

    D’oh! Next time, next time. Thanks for your well wishes. I’d be rested and ready to conquer the week if I could only get to sleep … gotta revert to the it’s-a-school-night sleeping schedule (pronounced shed-yool) once more. Train departing the Land of the Living in 3 minutes!

  3. daisylowe Says:

    aaah, i wish i was up there..must be beautiful..or is it super cold?

  4. argonaut Says:

    It’s beyond beautiful. Extremely clear and blue skies abound at this time of year. Hasn’t felt too cold … usually it’s in the lower 60s which, coupled with the fresh marine air is … perfect. Aren’t you overdue for a visit, Daisy? 🙂


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