Thursday, May 7, 2015

wandering crow

Carpe Diem #724 a wandering crow


Living in eight hundred square feet might seem confining to some lots of folks.  For others it is the perfect fit.  Easy to keep clean, relatively inexpensive to keep cool or warm.  One thing that helps is a clear view in one direction that goes for miles and miles. The best thing about the small space is to be able just to pack a few clothes and walking away for a short trip.  None of the home owner worries like ponds pumping dry nor flooded bathrooms.  No dogs, cats nor other animals to pay for care while absent.

Jump in the Jeep and head out in a new direction.  Follow the sun, or river or whatever hits one's fancy.  Top down (on the Jeep not the old lady) and let the wind blow through what is left of one's hair.  Who knows, you might locate that tree you saw all those miles away in the chair back in those 800 sq. ft.
©  Janice Adcock


flock flies away
the molting crow hops nearby
gives a single caw

©  Janice Adcock


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