Yesterday we truly did come to grips with summer's end: autumn mists covering Frick Park and long-sleeved jackets covering us. We zigzagged around the park trails, coming upon the surprisingly large construction site of the brand new Environmental Center - remembering the time over a decade (!) ago when we came across the old Nature Center the very morning it had burned down - still smoldering at 7:20 a.m. according to the PG.
Just Cheryl, Judy and I at coffee (still delightful) so I'm tacking a few items:
- shout out to Jacquie in Iowa - thanks for posting the photos - we miss you!
- running group librarian tip for classics lovers: thousands of books published before 1923 have a totally free Kindle version on Amazon, which you can then read with a free Kindle app on any tablet, phone, or PC - i.e. Babbitt, The Forsyte Saga, any Dickens or Trollope, etc. etc. (I'm also mad at Amazon's monopoly practices, but this isn't sending them any money.) Brand new e-books similarly for free from CLP of course.