We are happily home for a pit stop and heading out early tomorrow for June Lake, on the eastern side of the Sierras. It looks like an interesting week weather-wise, both here and there. Rain appears to be a given and possibly snow at June Lake. We are heading down to Death Valley after a few days at June Lake and the whole trip is intended to be casual and easy. We'll return when the mood hits.
We enjoyed the outdoor Exploratorium exhibit at Fort Mason today and checked out the books in the Friends of the Library book store. I picked up Nature, A Day at a Time with a natural tidbit a day. Here is the news for today:
Before hygiene and cleanliness had such an important place in the home, cobwebs were valued as an instant dressing for minor cuts. (They are quite clean when fresh.) Robert Burton in Nature's Night Life.
Happy clean cobwebs to you and an enjoying of this rapid turn toward fall. The wind is blowing and it feels more like November than October. It is a snuggly time of year.