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desolation wilderness: the sun is but a morning star

it rained as i walked in but, thanks to the canopy, i was not wet.
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according to notches inside the door i was 4’1″ my first summer here.
stowed under this cabin, my old PCs remind me that even when the nearest phone was miles away i’d hike down to jack in.
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hanging for hours, looking out over Fallen Leaf Lake,
in a glass phone booth that is no longer there.
i will always love Ma Bell the way i imagine freight hopping bums of old
loved the Union and Central Pacific (for their might and reach.)

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  1. It’s possible that the woman in the back row is Amber Luttrell, who was a friend of mine at the time. Although it’s really hard to tell. In fact, I could barely even identify myself!

    What’s the fuzzy thing in the top right corner?

    Comment by Francis Potter — February 5, 2007 @ 6:21 pm

  2. I believe that sitting next to Jonathan Steuer might be one Jonathan Wells, who helped start RES magazine and the RESfest film festivals.

    Comment by justin — February 6, 2007 @ 3:39 pm

  3. Thanks, Francis, I think you\’re right, that is Amber, I remember now that I hear the name again. Thanks, Justin, but how sure are you? Somehow your note sounds tentative. Meanwhile, kudos to you both and, if you email me your postal addys, a toy surprise will be dispatched from my vast collection of dotcom era schwag.

    Comment by Jenny Cool — February 6, 2007 @ 5:45 pm

  4. TNDs sure were fun! This one’s before my time though… late bloomer. 🙂

    Comment by Phil — February 12, 2007 @ 12:52 pm

  5. I went to a couple of Cyborganic parties back in the day. I was friends was the wonderful Anne Francis. She was good friends with my girlfriiend at the time. Wonder where she is today? If anyone knows please let me know! DGC

    Comment by Daniel Cooke — May 9, 2007 @ 4:44 pm

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