Vermont, Boston, Tampa

Vermont was icy; Boston is cold, Tampa will be warm when I get there tomorrow. I remember writing once that snow banks have thighs. What I meant is that they push back at you.  I guess I was used to cold thighs.  The arms of icicles hang from trees along the street; the waterfront is mostly the edge of a pond where branches thread into the ice.  I drove right through Vermont without finding any of my favorite food:  Maple sugar candy.  This Steve Almond  book is cooking along nicely, and we hope will become this year’s big hit.

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