Tag Archives: Jane Reno

“Awakening Into the Florida Dream” Chapter 3: A River Runs Through It.

Chapter 3 The Lay of the Land: the Mysterious Everglades   The natural lay of the land. South Florida, 1859. WELL beneath the abundance of colorful images and the frothy profusion of stereotypes that we tend to immediately recognize and … Continue reading

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A Visitor Came Yesterday, To Take Flight Forever

of all things under our blonder of blondest star the most mysterious (eliena,my dear) is this ­ how anyone so gay possibly could die — ee cummings, poem number 53 Am I glad for the title of my web log, … Continue reading

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