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7/3/12 Fire Island day 2
(decided lack of focus)

41. The second morning/
Reconsider ev’rything/
Not yet accepting*/
#haiku *Which ain’t accepting

42. Sins of my future/
Continue to be unplanned/
In today’s pleasure/

43. “This relaxation”/
Continue remembering/
Is not simple sloth/

44. The things that vex me/
Suggest places I might grow/
And become better/

45. The things that please me/
Indicate my selfishness/
(When they harm others)/

46. My thoughts are boring/
Reminding me how common/
Human ego is/

47. Unfocused morning/
Tells me continue to search/
For my happiness/

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Here is a small selection of my latest images from May & June 2012.

Field of Barley in the Norfolk Countryside

Wells Next The Sea at sunset on the North Norfolk Coast

Field of summer poppies

Burnham Overy Staithe at sunset on the North Norfolk Coast

Ancient Stone circle in the peak District UK

West Somerton Staithe on the Norfolk Broads

Summer Barley Field at last light

Sunset on the salt marshes of the North Norfolk Coast

Cromer Pier on a dull rainy day

Summer Light

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On The Road With Jim And Mary

As a holder of the New Mexico Annual Camping Permit (non-resident $225), I can stay up to three weeks in a park. If desired, electricity can be had for $4 a day. It’s a perfect place for me to be while I rest and recuperate from the May 27th accident. There are 38 parks in the system.

The locals tell me this is an unseasonably hot summer. So much so, if I have outside things to do I need to get them done by 10:00 AM, after which time I retreat to the comfort of the air conditioning of the motorhome. My part-time travel companion Mary calls me the Weather Wimp, because I get uncomfortable when temperatures get over 75 degrees.

I’ve decided to pay for my third week here at Heron Lake State Park for the following reasons…

* I still need more rest and recuperation from my May…

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