An Easter Monday Ramble

Nothing special. Just a walk to have breakfast with friends and deliver my income tax material to my accountant at their North Main Street office. Yes, it’s tax time. But today is also Easter Monday, a day of rebirth and a pseudo holiday where private enterprise chugs on and public employees enjoy a day off.... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Drift

In the lexicon of the Situationist movement, a drift (or more properly, dérive) is an impromptu walk that attempts to confound the established pathways and instructions designed for pedestrians. Drifters follow their own senses. They create arbitrary instructions in order to see their world anew and in a way not prescribed by the pedestrian rule-book... Continue Reading →

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