Mimsy Were the Borogoves

Editorials: Where I rant to the wall about politics. And sometimes the wall rants back.

San Diego Palms

Jerry Stratton, November 22, 2013

Is there anything more iconically San Diego than an adobe structure with palm trees and a blue sky beyond it? We’re a Caribbean island in the middle of the California Ocean. There’s a tidal wave out there threatening to engulf us; yesterday was wet, grey, and wet. Today there are storm clouds over the ocean but the eastern sky is fluff.

photo for San Diego Palms

Beyond this arched window is a writer in a white suit and straw hat drinking a daiquiri and constructing his short story about islanders, great waves, and hard labor.

In response to 2013 in photos: For photos and perhaps other quick notes sent from my mobile device or written on the fly during 2013.

  1. <- Two Seasons of San Diego
  2. Government-assisted water shortage ->