Monthly Archives: June 2005

Traveling Light

Almost four years ago, I moved to California with nothing but a suitcase, a laptop, and a cat. Today I’m going up to Oakland for a week of catsitting while Debbie and Alan are away, and I am… Continue reading

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Lions Rescue, Guard Beaten Ethiopian Girl
By ANTHONY MITCHELL, Associated Press Writer
Tue Jun 21, 8:37 PM ET

A 12-year-old girl who was abducted and beaten by men trying to force her into a marriage was found being guarded by… Continue reading

California Raining

After this week’s seismic jiggling, several friends have asked me, “How can you stand to live there? Aren’t you scared of earthquakes?”

The answer is, of course, that I’m prepared for them, but I don’t obsess over them… Continue reading

California Quaking

The San Andreas Fault has been active lately, but today is really something. Within about 90 seconds, it broke twice in Yucaipa, near San Bernadino, producing a 3.5 and a 5.3. The area is still quivering with small… Continue reading

Originally posted at http://lynnkendall.com/california-quaking-2/. Feel free to comment there or here.

Originally posted at http://lynnkendall.com/california-quaking/. Feel free to comment there or here.

The San Andreas Fault has been active lately, but today is really something. Within about 90 seconds, it… Continue reading

Originally posted at http://lynnkendall.com/california-quaking/. Feel free to comment there or here.

The San Andreas Fault has been active lately, but today is really something. Within about 90 seconds, it broke twice in Yucaipa, near San Bernadino, producing a 3.5 and… Continue reading

The San Andreas Fault has been active lately, but today is really something. Within about 90 seconds, it broke twice in Yucaipa, near San Bernadino, producing a 3.5 and a 5.3. The area is still quivering with small quakes about… Continue reading

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

The greatest thing
in the world
is the Alphabet
as all knowledge
is contained therein
except the wisdom
of putting it together.
—from an old German bookplate