Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Another Pot Luck

A large crowd gathered at the Community Center last night for the Preservation Society's annual meeting. As usual, the food was plentiful and tasty (meetings are always better attended when they are accompanied by pot lucks). Following a brief business meeting Stan Riggs, geologist at East Carolina University, presented his findings about the dynamic nature of the Outer Banks, a truly unique geologic formation in all the world, as he described it.

Today the white graveyard fence across the lane sparkles in the morning sun, and the yellow-green new growth on the live oak trees against the clear blue sky speaks of life in abundance and grand profusion. The birds are chattering their approval.

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