Monday, January 31, 2011

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Just Out My Window . . .

I know I said my next post would feature photos from my neighbour's garden, but then this frosty morning brought me a kodachrome sunrise that begged to be shared. . .
so I obliged. . .

grabbed the camera and hopped down to the beach to take in the show . . .
still in my pjs and slippers . . .
well worth it, wouldn't you say?
Made my morning cuppa taste even better (scald the pot, water at rolling boil, good healthy teaspoon of loose black smoky tea -- blended Russian Caravan/Lapsang, steep at least three minutes, add dollop of milk). . .
Such beauty there is in the world, just for the looking!

Sunday, January 30, 2011

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Spring in the Offing? . . .

While I've composed several posts in my head out running recently, I'm saving my typing muscles for the paper I'm writing. My word count is creeping up, and I'm confident I'll meet my deadline with time to spare for some serious editing and revising, but all the usual suspects are hurting -- back, elbow, wrist, and most worrisome, shoulder. I tend to get a carpal-tunnel, non-tennis-elbow thing going when I spend too much time at the keyboard and sometimes shoulder involvement. The latter can take a while to bounce back from, so I'm trying to ration out keyboard and mouse minutes.

If you want some wise and entertaining words, I highly recommend this post on what we've learned by "a certain age."
But while I have few words of my own to offer you today, I brought my camera out for a walk with me and collected some photos to share over the next few days.
First up, though, are the ones from just outside the door, where there are signs of incipient spring despite the forecaster's promise that the next few days will see sub-zero (Celsius) temperatures.
And even last year's leftover efflorescence looks glorious in the winter sunshine (its swan song, in fact, as Pater cut it all down just after I took its photo).
And this Mahonia japonica -- buttery colour and delicious fragrance from late November to mid February. What a return on fifteen or twenty dollars spent ten years ago!

I have more images of winter-flowering gardens coming up tomorrow. ' til then . . . enjoy the end of your weekend, whatever your weather. . .

Friday, January 28, 2011

Can't Leave Home Without Them . . .

I got tagged last week (by Une Femme) to show the Five Accessories I won't leave home without. You'd think that would be easy enough to do, but I had to think a bit, and then I had to debate a bit, and then finally I got my camera out and here we are. . . I cheated a bit, though, and I'm counting on you to, well, not to count . . .

Une Femme is so honest that she included individual items that really could be covered in the all-inclusive bag. Like her, I always have lipstick on my person, either in my M0851 bag, pictured above and always with me, or tucked in a pocket. My bag almost always has an umbrella as well, and I'm not counting either lipstick or umbrella.

I debated the glasses. Pseu (Une Femme)'s included hers in her count, but for me the glasses are NOT an accessory NOR do I always bring them along. My correction is a serious one, and I never leave the house -- let's be serious, I never get out of bed -- without lenses, but I wear my contacts more than my glasses, so I'm not counting either, again . . . (ditto for hearing aids, also a matter of brief debate).
But I always, always, always wear a watch. I feel uncomfortable if I get jogged out of my routine and leave home without, even if Paul and I are just going to the movie, as happened the other evening. While I've got several more fashion-y watches, I've been wearing them less and less, relying on this versatile, reliable, clean-faced Coach for the last four years . . .
but now getting used to my Christmas gift from Pater, the watch I decided on last January but couldn't justify buying myself . . . love it!
The meme rules didn't specify WHEN those Five Accessories were being worn. From October through April around here, you'll rarely see me out without a hat, and most times that hat will be a beret . . .
Similarly, I invariably have a scarf at my neck. Despite a huge (too much) variety to choose from, I've been gravitating pretty consistently to this red alpaca handknit, a nice antidote to the grey skies. . .
and with head and neck well-comforted, I like my hands warm as well. The short gloves get the most wear, red or caramel or leopard brown/black, but sometimes I wear the long zippered black for a bit of drama.
So let's see: 1) Bag, 2) Watch, 3) Hat, 4) Scarf, and 5) Gloves. Legally, I'm done, but let's open up #1 again and see one last, concealed but important "accessory" I never like to leave home without. I really couldn't care less about my cellphone and rarely use it, but I'm NEVER without a book. You never know when you'll have a pocket of reading time and I've made productive and enjoyable use of many a line-up or ferry wait this way.
There you have it, then. About what you'd expect from me? Or have I disappointed or surprised?

ADDED TOO LATE: Having a bit of a "Well, duh" moment, as I read comments and realize I didn't ask anyone else to pick up this Meme. Probably not a complete accident as I always feel uncomfortable passing along unnecessary obligations when we all have enough of those. This one, though, was quite fun and also very easy. And I've already had two readers volunteer their responses (as you'll see in the comments below). If any of you (including Susan and Terri) care to post your answers on your own blog, I'll happily link to you. . . just let me know.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Working in a Fog . . .

While this photo looks like an accident with the shutter control, a photo perhaps taken inside the camera bag, it's actually a shot of the view from our beach yesterday. . .
Fog swaddled us from every direction . . .
not only muffling boat motors but happily shutting down seaplane flights for an overall very welcome reduction of decibels.
My camera's brain didn't know where to focus in the apparent nothingness, so I had to seek out flotsam and jetsam for it or stick to the shoreline . . .
Perfect weather for staying inside with a roaring fire, getting words onto a page . . .

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Trading Cuteness for Patience . . .

If I had a blog Executive Assistant, I would ask her to take pictures of a few important items for the Five Accessories meme Une Femme tagged me with, upload them to Blogger, and write up a few accompanying words.
Next, I'd get her to flesh my spartan (read, almost non-existent) notes about food we ate in Yountville into a decent account and find an appropriate accompanying photo. Then perhaps she'd take my better camera out into the garden or out and about on the island and find some visual yummies for one more post for the week OR maybe even snap a shot or two of me as I wrote furiously away on my academic assignment, dressed in full sartorial splendour (No! not wearing my pyjamas! Whatever would make you think I wear my pyjamas all the time just 'cause I'm working at home?!).
Sadly, no such blogging EA exists in my life, nor is anyone volunteering to finish the paper I'm supposed to submit two weeks from yesterday. Still, I don't want you to forget me while I'm slugging it out here, so when we visited Daughter #2 this weekend to see her wonderful new Persian kitten, Briar, I brought along my camera. He does all those cute things that kittens do, but he does most of them too fast for my little camera to grab satisfactorily. Thank goodness he looks almost as cute just sitting still . . .
and since we're on the topic of cuteness . . .
This one's for Duchesse who made a special request. . . Again, trying to catch a decent shot with the small camera was tough, especially in a small apartment where the sightlines were so often interrupted. A belly-button demonstration was in progress here, so it's not ideal, but Nana thinks it's pretty damn cute anyway. . .

And those other posts are in the works . . . thanks for your patience . . .

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Monday, January 24, 2011

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Everybody's working for/on the weekend . . .

We've skipped over to Vancouver for the weekend -- after all, it's been over three weeks since we last saw Nola, and granddaughters grow too quickly . . .

Took in a very worthwhile exhibit yesterday at UBC's Museum of Anthropology -- an exhibit putting Man Ray's photographs of African art and sculpture in the context of those actual pieces so that we could compare the physical objects with the use Ray and other photographers of the period made of them and better understand their exploitation by and their influence on the Modernist and Surrealist movements.

Although I was a bit annoyed with myself for putting off this exhibit for so long -- it closes on Sunday so we partly made this trip over to catch it before then -- in some ways, I'm glad I did because our viewing of it is now informed by the visit we made to San Francisco's Museum of the African Diaspora. That museum insists on placing African artifacts -- ceremonial headdresses, carved doorways, cooking implements, spiritual sculptures, etc. -- in the context of their original use. It tries, then, to correct many decades, even centuries, of these pieces being collected as curiosities for viewing or studying or archiving.

A short video coincidentally shown at both museums linked the two exhibits all these miles apart on the Pacific Coast: Susan Vogel's short: "Fang: An Epic Journey" follows an African (Fang, more specifically) sculpture from its (colonialist) acquisition to a Paris artist's atelier in the early 20th century to an art collector much later in the century and into the hands of an academic who retraces its history. The work is fictional but based on fact, an informative and entertaining dramatization of the lives of so many pieces yanked from their communities and circulated in so many odd contexts.

I'm sorry to be so late visiting and commenting on this exhibit, because I'd love to tell you it's worth heading out to UBC to experience for yourself. And there's still today and tomorrow . . . Even if you miss this one, though, you really should get out to the MOA -- such a stunning building in one of the best settings for any such museum, anywhere in the world, really. And to see the native art, those totem poles especially, against the grey sky, as you can in this stunning architecture . . . really worth the drive.

And while I'm making recommendations . . . we saw Mike Leigh's Another Year last night, and this one lingers. This is one you'll want to go out for dinner or drinks afterward to talk about (thin-crust pizza and a glass of wine at Incendio's for us). Recently, we've seen Black Swan and The King's Speech and I would recommend both of those as well, but Leigh slows down the pace and confronts you with humanity in its beautiful, sad, and optimistic vulnerability. This film, with no single celebrity actor to carry it, is the one that will stay with me. And it offers a woman of a certain age that I would happily adopt as a model, a mentor, a friend. . . seriously, you'll love this woman.

Anyway, you get the idea. I like the film. Go see it.
We're off today to see a play, This. The playwright, Melissa James Gibson, is apparently a Vancouverite, daughter of a well-respected BC long-time politician and journalist, but her work, regularly staged in New York, has never been shown in her home town. Megan Follows is playing the central role in a story centering on the lives of five mid-30s women struggling for balance in busy lives. . . should be fun.

And then we're hoping to catch some time with a little girl and her mom, Daughter #1. Daughter #2 has a new kitten, the most gorgeously quirkly-faced Persian that I've only met in photos, so we'll spend some time ooh-ing and ah-ing over there. Might even get a chance to check out Daughter #3's wedding dress (yes, she and her big sister chose it without me -- I tried not to be miffed, 'cause, you know, her day and all . . . and I live over there and she's over here, etc., and it's all good now, but still, I'll be pleased to finally see it!).

So a busy weekend. I'll need some naps but not sure when I'll fit them in. Have you got anything special on? Any napping planned? Whatever you're doing, take care . . .

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

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Eating our way through San Francisco . . .

Let me begin my post on eating with a photo of my cycling in Yountville -- and mad props to Pater for setting this one up -- I'd have sworn (based on much experience!) that he could never click the shutter that fast. We were very pleased to borrow the bikes from The Villagio Inn and set off daily following routes suggested by the concierge, then experimenting along the many side roads to create our own ideal distances. Calories, calories, and more calories needed to be burned between breakfast and dinner. We ran several times as well, and in San Francisco we walked miles and miles, but it was lovely to have some variety. Because, as I mentioned, all those calories . . .

First of all, the San Francisco calories. You already know about the tacos and tamales and the Humphrey Slocombe ice cream (ah, the memory!) all eaten in good company.

And I think I mentioned, in passing, that we ate a few times at decent, but not notable Italian restaurants in the North Beach area wending our way home from a long day sightseeing.

More memorable was a pleasant Italian restaurant we discovered by chance on our first evening, one I'd happily return to on a future visit: Seven Hills Restaurant on Hyde Street. Great food, lovely service, in a charmingly intimate two-room affair. The only impediment to full enjoyment was that I'd misunderstood Pater's intention (to return here for a full meal) when we'd popped into a nearby wine bar (Cafe Meuse, which I'd also recommend) to have a glass before dinner, since it was still a bit early. Instead, I surprised him by ordering a flight of reds (after all, weren't we in wine country? wasn't this educational?) . . . he rose to the challenge . . .and we arrived at Seven Hills 90 minutes later not quite so keen on a full bottle for dinner. No problem, though, as their list of wines available by the glass is very decent. Perhaps the ample lubrication before dinner accounts for my inability to tell you what we ate, but I do remember that it was all very good. Go. See for yourself. An added bonus is that you could take the cable car to get there, although we got the sense that this is very much a place frequented by locals rather than tourists.

We also loved the food at Canteen, one of the places Lisa was good enough to recommend. I loved the amuse-bouche, a perfectly-proportioned and textured spoonful of avocado and smoked trout, so I was hooked from the start. Good thing, too, because otherwise I might have been bothered by the cold drafts that kept sweeping in each time the door opened. We were sitting at the counter closest that door and brrrrr. . . But the sumptuous chestnut soup warmed me . . . so velvety good, such a rich, earthy flavour. The other highlight, for me, was my Vanilla Souffle, airy, sweet, rich with that eggy-vanilla fullness I can still conjure up in memory.
Too bad, though, that one dish came so quickly on the heels of the last.
I get the fun of the canteen/diner ambiance, but still, we were in and out in just under an hour, more than a little bemused at having spent close to $200 that quickly. We stretched out the evening (and burned off some of those calories) by walking back to our hotel (Canteen's downtown, our hotel at Fisherman's Wharf), comparing tasting notes but feeling a wee bit "What just happened" as well.
We'd go back, but we'd actively resist being prodded along through our courses.
The other foodie highlight for us in San Francisco was the Saturday Farmer's Market in the Ferry Building. We have some pretty wonderful Saturday markets in Vancouver, as well as Granville Island market which is open every day. But our daughter had really recommended this one so we went. And I have to say, if we lived in SF, we would be there every Saturday. We'd be able to pick up persimmons
and beautiful beets
but Pater would also be able to keep an ongoing supply of Tasty Salted Pig Parts from Boccalone instead of making do
with a Salumi cone (of assorted sausage slices).
(my apologies for the blurry photos)

This cone was picked up as we strolled along AFTER having wonderful home-baked scones with our latte and Americano which, in turn, were consumed AFTER the steamed pork dumplings we picked up because we were starving and hadn't yet found the scones to eat with our coffee (What? we'd walked all the way from our hotel -- it was time to take on more calories!) but BEFORE I stopped to sample a few oysters in the half shell and try my first-ever raw clam -- more rubbery than the oyster, but also more conducive to some enjoyable chewing . . . sweet and seasalt-y at once. . . .

I had thought to fit both Yountville and SF eating into this post, but this has gone on long enough and I really have to get to work. Still, enough for you to chew on here, no? Made you hungry yet? Personally, we've embarked on a bit of a healthier-eating kick around here, but it's lovely to reminisce about the good ol' days, week before last . . .



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Monday, January 17, 2011

Silence is Golden . . . and my Eyes Still See . . .

Not only am I trying to make some headway on an article I'm supposed to be writing (Research Leave isn't all about traipsing around lovely new cities, after all), but I spent the weekend with an unwelcome bout of gastroenteritis. Since Pater picked up on it about a day later, we're suspecting a virus rather than food poisoning, and we're both on the mend today. Still, I find it hard to muster either the time or the enthusiasm to regale you with an account of eating in San Francisco and Yountville, the intended subject of my next post.

Rather than abandon posting altogether, I was inspired by Eric's ParisDaily photo of winter sunshine on the Madeleine in Paris to post my own photos of San Franciso buildings gloriously illuminated by the late afternoon winter sun.
Sorry to have so little to offer you, word-wise, especially when so many new visitors have been stopping by at Lisa's suggestion
but perhaps some silence can be as golden as this marvellous light, these buildings' tones . . .
and besides, we all know that a picture is worth a thousand words . . .
so Eric's 1000 (above, remember?)
plus my 5000 . . . and I'm probably over my limit.

But you're not . . . feel free to leave as many words as you'd like in the Comments. Always Welcome!