Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

Mountains under old Ownership

Rain last night brought today's temperature down a bit. At 6:30 p.m. I left the office. We watched the American Antiques Roadshow episode set in Kansas City.  I liked the toy bank more than my wife did. I donated a smidge of money on Patreon to Starfrosch, a website in Switzerland that provides information about Creative Commons music. We walked Beatrice in the dark at 9 p.m. The fountain in the park shone bright in the night light. We watched Penelope Keith's show about English villages. I was struck by the Aberdeenshire region near the Cairngorms. On the one hand, all that wild space was great. On the other hand, its existence seemed to be a product of concentration of property in a few wealthy hands.

Breakfast: organic frosted flakes and skim milk
Lunch: turkey sandwich, baked chips, vegetable soup
Dinner: pork loin, potatoes and green beans

(cross-posted to DW because life is silly)
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