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Monday, November 2, 2015

Rhyme and Reason

I'm traveling again this week, to Oakland this time, to read the second half of her manuscript to the 97-year-old doyenne of medicine who hired me as her ghostwriter. I'm always full of happy anticipation when I know I'm going to see her. I also have two other editing projects to finish this week, so in between spending time with the good doctor at her retirement home I'm going to be working fiercely in my hotel room. I wish everything hadn't arrived on my plate at the same time, but that's just the way it worked out. How can I complain?

Here are photos of where we stayed last week, that too-cool-for-school bed and breakfast we love, Argos Inn, co-created by the son of the lovely Susan Landry, our blogger pal here. There's the chandelier in the blue air, and the King Slate room with its skylight, through which the full moon found us in the deep of night. Here also are photos from the gorge and waterfall we visited, the selfie we took, and some swipes of beloveds from Halloween weekend, too. No real rhyme or reason for any of it. Just pictures. Put here for the memories. For the love.














11 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing the memories and the love.
    May all your travels be easy.

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  2. I love the space at the bed and breakfast. I could relax and get some writing done there. Love the selfies too.

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  3. Beautiful photos of a very full life...You worry about the work not being there and then, it is...You will get it all done and done well and catch your breath. This, I know from experience. Enjoy your time in Oakland.

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  4. I love that plein air chandelier! Have a fabulous (and productive) trip!

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  5. What a beautiful b & b! And those leaves and rocks - so striking.

    Have a good trip.

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  6. I always wanted to be awoken by the moon shining through a skylight in my bedroom. That writing area looks so peaceful.

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  7. Well, this is all just FINE. I love the light and dark in your photos, always. And I get a silly comfort knowing that you're just up the coast in the same time zone as me. I hope we can talk.

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  8. beautiful photos. such a great area, even in the winter when i was last there. thank you for all this--although i must say i deeply envy you your trip to oakland.

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  9. Gosh, I spotted two strange cars in your photos. A Mini and a Ford Anglia, I had no idea that such things were found in the US.

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