What November Looks Like From Here

So far, so good. We’ll see how goes from here.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

19 replies on “What November Looks Like From Here”

That’s a lovely display of ostentatious consumption, and I admit that planting most of that area to vegetables would involve a great deal of physical labor, but I’d be tempted so set out a hundred or so black walnut seedlings. Pruning the lower side-branches for a few years shouldn’t be too much trouble, and after that your great-grandchildren could cut them down and sell the lumber for a small fortune. (Unless Climate Change or other human intervention totally destroys our society, of course.) Mind you, I fully understand that, having grown up here in Southern California, you might find the idea of vast stretches of green landscape without any sprinker-heads Totally Awe-Inspiring, but I think trees are inherently more interesting than grasses.


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