by Nona Estrin
So many unknowns for so many people! Not right after the election, but by last night, it began to be a comfort to see the heavy supermoon, rising as predicted over our mountians to the east, and today, right on schedual, the vibrant fall flowering of the witch hazel bushes west of North Branch Nature Center and on the south side of the New England Culinary Institute dining room at Vermont College. The air today was crisp and light and tonight we will enjoy another soaking rain. All this — a small appreciated break in the new order. Unpredictable. Unsteady.