Saturday, August 1, 2015

Revisitation

date 07-30-15

This firepit, bench and patio...

and the general surroundings 





ended up reminding me of how much work  


we put into this place, and how relieved to get to just walk around and look...


...back... 

and reflect on...


the arc of time


and slow fire sunsets




the paths, the bridges

the destinations...
passions
projects
projections 

convergence




stones go round down 

 to the sea





Behind these closed doors

the fire burns slowly

  it's all a gift




Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Update

This post serves to alert the unsuspecting browser (you) that this blog is an historical document in dormancy. No active posts are being added regarding current goings-on at SeaRock.
But all the old posts remain, dating from 2007 through 2013, though our term began in October of 2006.
The details of past daily goings-on that are here documented  remain accessible to the curious or inquisitive reader regarding this unique and enduringly fascinating property.

Our stint at SeaRock as hosts, managers, and caretakers concluded October 1, 2013.
Seasons change in the fullness of time, and that one successfully came to term and was delivered.
In the ensuing year and a half, we have returned to our haunts of old, the more sedate and mundane life of obscurity that the rich and famous so long for and envy. :)

Others have bravely continued on where we left off. Their trail may be harder to pick up than ours. But I've left these bread crumbs for folks who are curious or have a particular interest in the architecture and heritage SeaRock embodies. I probably know this place better than any living person, though there is much to know about it that I do not.

Just a few helpful reminders:

1) Each post is a "snapshot". Context of the overall "gestalt" of SeaRock will become apparent only in perusing larger blocks of blog posts. For those unfamiliar with how blogs work (or at least this one) see here (click on the link): viewing the blog.

2) Said context is readily accessible by clicking the "older posts" link at the bottom of each page. The further back you go, the more potential for interest. To see the very first blog entry, click here:
The Sea Rocks!
From there you can navigate to subsequent posts using the Blog Archive table of contents along the left margin.
Time travel illustrated

3) Genuine comments are still welcome.