From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
My second week at Saddle Mountain BLM area near Tonopah, Ariz., passes all too quickly.
The days have developed a pattern. I get out of bed when the sun clears the mountain and lights up the Casita.
I write in the mornings, sometimes for the blog and sometimes for the book. If I start feeling distracted, I take a break outside and practice spinning poi. As new as I am to the hobby, I hit myself with the poi more often than not. After a while, the self-induced flogging is a good incentive to stop and get back to writing.
Lunch happens around noon, a light affair of cheese, meat, and crackers as it’s already getting warm by this point and cooking inside the Casita would make it intolerably hot. Now that I have a working refrigerator again, I have acquired the fixings for salads too.
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