An early evening and morning in Prague

I arrive in Prague off the 19:10 train and feel its closeness already: a green area of grass growing alongside the length of the station greets travelers right out of the one set of front doors (no multiple entry/exit doors which can lead a new comer into a puzzling maze of city streets), dotted withContinue reading “An early evening and morning in Prague”

An afternoon in Vienna and a day in the cornfield.

As I sit down to write, I notice a cricket is on the side of my desk, its antennas poking up and alerting me to its existence. It thinks it is camoflaged, as it has sought out the darkest surface in this otherwise light colored room. I may have brought it in with me fromContinue reading “An afternoon in Vienna and a day in the cornfield.”