Category Archives: Tides-A-Com’n


I’ve spent the last few weeks in a state of heart-pounding retroactive dread. It’s not especially practical, as there’s nothing left to lose. This is supposed to be freedom, right? It was this time last year that my place washed … Continue reading

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The tweakers have been fighting over my sneakers. As well they might. They are a sweet old pair of vintage Adidas that I used to wear to cut the grass. When my property fell into the ocean, there was no … Continue reading

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It’s my hurricane party and I’ll cry if I want to, and take all the pictures I want. The End! I know, right? Yet my place hung in there, on the edge, for a long, long time. I appreciated the … Continue reading

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WillShe B. Next

Do not go acting a fool right now, for I am in the angry phase of grief. In addition to other events, which we will cover shortly, my friend Regnor, one of the most inspiring and disciplined artists I’ve ever … Continue reading

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The Farmer’s Almanac called this last full moon the “Cold Moon, when winter fastens its grip,” and noted that the Cheyenne Indians called it “Moon when the wolves run together.” I need to write those wolves a thank-you note. What … Continue reading

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Things are happening so fast here, it’s making my head spin. Every week, this is a different place. “In God We Trust”‘s whole yard disappeared in a single high tide, and now is on the edge, with a huge log … Continue reading

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What a surreal image, to see the last part of Craig’s house clinging to the bank early Friday morning.  In gale-force winds on Thursday, November 6, the bedroom and living room fell off the bank, were smashed into bits and … Continue reading

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