Time on the Cape

After a week in Boston it is marvelous to have time on Cape Cod. it is sometimes dreary, yet even the grey feels nourishing.
The light on the water, the spring winds on the dunes and the budding oak and maple leaves give much sign of promise.
I am getting my prana back after 8 days in Cambridge, doing supported backbends and long meditations. Nothing works better!

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