This week in tweets

  • napping on soft grass in the shade of an aspen grove just leafing out at 3000m on summer solstice is very close to heaven. #
  • viewing the garden after a long weekend away is always an adventure… #
  • Uh, note to potential vertical (urban highrise) farmers: where exactly are you going to get the sunlight from again? #
  • Show support for democracy in Iran add green overlay to your Twitter avatar with 1-click – #
  • People of Earth: talk to the hand. #
  • eating pasta with crispedy crunchedy castaƱo beans from the garden, lightly sauteĆ©d. #
  • I'm starting to wonder if anything sensible has ever been effectively legislated anywhere. #
  • enjoying finding old ideas in new media. Like running into an old friend, in a new city. #
  • Waltz with Bashir was strange and heavy and painful. #
  • coal left in the ground is by far the best option for carbon sequestration. #
  • RT @AlexSteffen: Some days, it's good to remember that optimism is a political act. #
  • Sliding toward dawn… #
  • The sound of ice cubes in a quart jar. Summer is finally here. #
  • Fourth annual Parkwood shadecloth raising is complete. It's BBQ season! #
  • Ate a shady lunch in our makeshift courtyard, all food harvested from the garden, or gleaned from society's waste stream. #
  • There's no place like "away": #

By Zane Selvans

A former space explorer, now marooned on a beautiful, dying world.

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