Tuesday, February 9, 2010

February 10, 2010

Snow predicted. Orion was burning bright through the bare treetops in the early evening but now all the stars are swallowed in snow clouds.

To the right are the Mexican Wild tomato seedlings as they sat in the seed starting container just before potting up.

Starting to snow now, in late morning, big fat flakes sifting out of the sky riding on a brisk northeast wind. This is merely the warmup, even before the overture, to what we in New England call a nor'easter, which tends to be our worst weather.

Researching about and writing on the South End and Boston in the early 1950's for Dr. King in Boston, the time when ML lived here.

Image ... Finish. Dudley Square, Roxbury.

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