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Happy Earth Day, Record Store Day…Happy Four-Twenty…

Human nature.  Mother nature.  It’s all about the nature if you ask me.  At least, that’s the way I see it.  Unplugging is mandatory for me.  I must step away from the machine from time to time in order to feel human again.  Recently, I was guided on a Kayak Float by the North Florida Naturalist Ayolane Halusky.  We floated down a portion of Trout Creek and took time to just sit and drift with the wind and waters.  Here is a three and a half minute film I made of that event.  I composed the musical score with guitar, piano, drums, and voice.  Thanks to the STETSON KENNEDY FOUNDATION I was able to spend ten days in Beluthahatchee Park and explore Northeast Florida from that spot. It was healing.

 

 

Thanks also to JB at Flagler Radio in Saint Augustine for having me on the air and supporting the Foundation.  We are all stewards and caretakers of the Earth, and each other.  We can’t be perfect all the time, but we can raise our voices and act when we see injustice.  Thanks for all who Get Up, Stand Up.

See you around the neighbor.
Tim E in North Florida

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