|DOT HARRIS AND A WELL-WISHER|
|ABOUT TWO DOZEN PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE|
|POETRY READING BY TREE BOARD MEMBER SARAH NEVINS|
|RED OAK SAPLING|
Sunday, 8:30 AM. 50 degrees F at the ferry dock, 48 on the back porch. Wind variable with occasional light gusts. The sky is again clear, the humidity 86%. The barometer is rising, now at 30.23", predicting clear skies and no rain for the next ten days, with seasonally mild temperatures early this week, becoming much cooler by next weekend, but probably without a killing frost. What a fall we have had!
The planting of a memorial tree for Tree Board and Conservancy Board Member Grandon Harris at the Brownstone Trail shelter yesterday was a great success, with about two dozen of Grandon's friends and associates in attendance. We had poetry readings and a few commemorative comments, and planted a red oak sapling in Grandon's honor and memory.
The weather was gorgeous and all in all it was an inspiring event.
|VOTE TUESDAY TO DRAIN THE SWAMP|