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June 08, 2006


Pam in Tucson

Tim - This is a fascinating post. The wonderful description of ocean phosphorescence describes my own experiences of it during trans-Atlantic journeys as a teenager - wish I could put words together as eloquently. I was interested in the Litchfield Hills origin of your family. We lived in Fairfield County (Wilton) for the year before we came out to Tucson. Our older son was born in Norwalk. Three years prior, before we went to grad. school in the UK, we lived in an apt. above a stable in Ridgefield, close to a small abandoned pegmatite mine which we would explore on weekend walks. We put off moving to the UK for a year, just so that we could experience a full cycle of seasons looking out of our window across the fields to the woods and the pond beyond - the most beautiful place I've ever lived and one I greatly miss.


Thanks so much for sharing these memories, Pam! I copied your comment over to my new URL: http://greensleeves.typepad.com/berkshires


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