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By Jack Sheedy
Snow and more snow, with wind and more wind. Windows frosted and covered in white, turning vision inward. Tobacco and pipe, solitary reflections on life. Days of inactivity, searching for deeper meaning. Youth ascending, toward the sun like Icarus, triumph unimpeded. Middle age descending, toward waxen earth, a hard landing indeed.
Well, I was wondering what to write about this week when all of a sudden this latest snow bomb is dropped on us. But I started thinking and remembered that I did a big storm blog a couple years ago. But with a blast this big I had to take a moment and recognize its blast on us. The only other storm that I have been in that come close to this one was the Blizzard of 78 when I lived back in Ohio. The difference here is the steady high wind speeds for the duration of the storm and of course the aftermath damage of the high tides and the erosion issues that go with it.
Town staff prepares for e-permitting, the Barnstable Early Learning Center is set to break ground, and find out what you need to know to stay safe during the upcoming blizzard. These stories on this episode of Barnstable Today.
The war metaphor is commonly used to describe our public policy confrontation of the substance abuse epidemic that is unquestionably the most important and imperative public policy challenge of our time.
In today's CCTimes, my friend, Dan McCullough penned a beautiful piece about the loss of his brother Bobby. It reminded me of my own memory.
You ever drive by a house or a memorial named after a person and wonder who the person was? Here's a little story about a place on the Cape.
We have details about last night's Town Council Meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Funny how stages come in our lives and we try to bend to the changes. I was on top with posting on my blogs faithfully twice a week, and trying to find time to answer so many comments, but keeping up with repairs and updates to our home since May of 2014, set me back with my normal routine.
I’m resurrecting some of my earlier posts which I want to call attention to. “What is your carbon footprint?” is one of them.