Ah, that feeling is in the air once again. Baseball season is just around the corner. Pitchers and catchers officially report to training camp in 5 days and that's when I really start thinking about the change of season ahead. Although this has been a mild winter by all accounts, I am still anticipating those warm, green days of spring. Those outdoor activities. Of course, I will have a lot of yard work ahead of me in the near future, though I am very much looking forward to it.
At the end of last year, I posted an idea for my summer trip called "Due South: Road Trip 2012," but, after looking into my finances (with the construction of the Avant Garden Poetry Amphitheatre on the horizon), a cross-country trip that culminates with a week in Disneyland just doesn't seem feasible at the moment. Perhaps in 2013. So, with that in mind, my summer plans have morphed into a new agenda that I'm calling: "The Pennsylvania Triangle - Version 2.0." This will be another 3-point journey into the Keystone State that will take me to the Poconos, Gettysburg, and Lancaster -- an afternoon exploring the rushing waters at Bushkill Falls, a visit to Scranton/Wilkes Barre to see the Triple-A Yankees, a jaunt into the Civil War atmosphere of Gettysburg. It all sounds lovely to me...
"Fantasia in J Sharp Lydian"
"Bebop at the Seahorse Cafe"
get rid of all moral filth
and the evil that is so prevalent
and humbly accept the word planted in you,
which can save you."