Thanks to some generous, tolerant and perhaps slightly curious neighbors, I now have permission to explore two more beautiful Brush Hill lawns. A couple of days ago, after work, I took advantage of the sweetly lengthening days to mosey on over and get the lay of the land.
|Here's the 1940 Leonardo DaVinci token|
from last week with the 1940 King George
penny from yesterday, artfully arranged atop
a postcard of the Sago Motel in Ontario. I
have very much enjoyed my week of being
bracketed by the year 1940.
I learned more about Bourbon. Everyone in the neighborhood had dogs back then, Mary Lee explained, and they all ran free.
|Yes, I do notice that I'm wearing an AARP|
fanny pack. No need to point that out. They
make excellent fanny packs, is all.
Soon after, my new friends drove away. I went back to work and quickly found three rabies tags from 1963, 1964 and 1971.
It was as if the long-gone pack had been called together for one last romp on the bluff.