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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Galloping toward the Philocrites summer hiatus.

Origami horse, Peabody Essex Museum, SalemSoon it will be time for this blog to enjoy some rest 'n' relaxation. While I'm away, be sure to keep up with other UU blogs at UUpdates. Don't miss new stories at uuworld.org, either: Sign up for the magazine's weekly email newsletter. And if you'd like the easiest way to find out when I post something here again, sign up for Philocrites via email:

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If New England readers still need another day trip to make the summer complete, may I recommend the Origami Now! exhibit at Salem's Peabody Essex Museum. When Mrs P and I visited a few weekends back, there were adults on hand to help kids fold their own origami creatures, but the art is marvelous for all ages. Here are more of my photos from the exhibit. And just this past weekend, I visited the Boston Aquarium for the first time. I know! Eleven years in Boston and I never went inside. It's now one of my favorite places. The special jellyfish exhibit is beautiful and disturbing: Global warming is apparently turning out great for jellies, bad for the fish we like to eat.

See you again when I've added a few more freckles to my face. Don't worry, PeaceBang, I've got moisturizer with sunscreen.

Copyright © 2007 by Philocrites | Posted 31 July 2007 at 7:48 AM

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2 comments:

hafidha sofia:

July 31, 2007 06:30 PM | Permalink for this comment

Have fun, Chris!

Jane R:

July 31, 2007 08:43 PM | Permalink for this comment

Have a great time!

I can't believe you had never been to the New England Aquarium. But hey, better late than never.

There was a great jellies exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium a few years ago when I was living in the Bay Area. Great stuff.

Thanks for the fine blogging. Enjoy the break.



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