last weekend

I've heard the night ice of a frozen lake buckle and contort under its own force, and it sounds like distant caribou.

Here's to things simultaneously added to and checked off from one's list of things to be done.


At 5:11 PM, Anonymous Jocko said...

Where'd ya hear that? I heard that when I was in Sweden. Very eery when you're walking on it, too.

At 8:01 PM, Anonymous mAtt said...

you told me it sounded like the beginning of 'ms. jackson' by outkast.

admit it.

At 8:13 PM, Blogger T.M. said...

Yeah, well distant caribou playing the beginning of Outkast's "Ms. Jackson."

In fairness, I had earlier told D that it sounded like caribou and she said that's what she thought the first time she heard it. It depends on how fast the sounds are emitted: slow = caribou, fast = ms. jackson. Medium = barry manilow.

Jocko, it was in M-town. The Sweden bit reminds me of Swedish kids throwing rocks on people from the top of that one arch, though.


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