Wednesday, March 14, 2007

I Am From (Courtesy of Lime)

I am from the double pane window looking south, from Smoker Craft and ABU Garcia.
I am from the house on a hill in the woods, sequestered, yet visited and warm.

I am from the red alders, Douglas fir, both BLUE and sitka spruce, the cascara sagrada whose bark, if licked, will give you the runs. From the thimbleberry, elderberry, salmonberry and salal, stiff and waxy and as noisy as drums when going on walks where no road ever led. I am from the trillium that appear later this month.

I am from pizza from scratch, cuccidatta and the fig trees that fill them, pignoles, ossi di morti and matzo pancakes. I am from putting up olives and from kissing each other on the lips, yelling and forgiving, laughing and singing, from Carmelo, Carlo, Alfredo, and Gus, from Emanuel, Dora, Sadie, Babba and Jakob.

I am from the family meetings in our one and only bathroom and sitting around listening to The Brothers Four, Louis Prima, Bellafonte and The New Christie Minstrels.

I am from don't play with matches and "Oh, I suppose you can go swimming in the canal."

I am from being Jewish but becoming Catholic. From the ancient solemnities of rubric and rite. From incense and mystery and sharing the cloud. I am from near ordination and anguish over decisions to leave or pursue. From a best friend in Rome who put it like this: You've got 15 reasons for leaving; 14 for staying. And on such shall the greatest decisions be made.

I'm from Salt Lake City and Camporeale, Sicily, Romania and Russia, pesto and homemade pastas, from fruit leather dried in the hot Valley sun.

I am from the time my father responded from his drug store to the bank's clever robbery alarm, then winding up staring down the barrel of a gun, the walking on crutches after spraining his ankle when he turned to escape getting himself dead from a good deed done.

I am from all the times our mother just sat there thinking in silence when we pulled into our driveway after going to the store as we waited for her in our own meditations, wondering what she was thinking now that we were home.

I am from the oversize album still under the bed, from enlargers and cannisters piled in bags. From courtroom antiques and pharmacy jars and the full mahogany bar we yanked from the old Del Puerto Hotel out in Patterson (apricot capital of the world).

I am from the three meter board and meets as far south as Merced and as far north as Lodi. I am from watching my sister hit her head on the board on a reverse somersault in pike. And from a deep thankfulness that sharks are not prevalent in pools. I am from challenging for trumpet first chair. And winning only once, by default.





Since I am LINK restricted on this computer (MAC), I can only refer you to Lime's blog for instructions on how to get to the site where you can follow the formula for this sort of post.

***THIS JUST IN*** Thanks to Lime for posting the link in the comments. You're beautiful, man. Don't ever change!

***THIS JUST IN*** Thanks to Paul, I have changed browsers to Firefox and can now link and load.


Not to disappoint, here are some shots from today's flight with friend Don who was kind enough to fly me over to Newport to get my plane out of hock. Due to a hangar door malfunction, I had to impose upon the good folks at "the big airport" for temporary digs. We are in Don's Piper Tri Pacer. You will notice the undulations in his plane's "skin." It is a 1940s vintage aircraft and back then, they were only covered with fabric. Really, really strong fabric.





















MARY'S PEAK. STILL SOME SNOW. DON'T PLANT THE GARDEN TIL IT ALL MELTS OFF. CLICK ON THE PICTURES TO ENLARGE. THE LONG WHITE STRUCTURE ON THE RIVER IS THE OREGON OYSTER FARMS. YOU CAN SEE THE RAFTS WHERE THEY GROW THE OYSTERS.
















IN THE DISTANCE, CAPE PERPETUA
















YAQUINA HEAD AND LIGHTHOUSE, THEN CAPE FOULWEATHER, DISCOVERED BY CAPTAIN JAMES COOK

















THE BOAT WAS SPINNING COOKIES WHICH MADE A NICE EFFECT WHEN HE ADDED THE "STEM" BY DRIVING OUT OF THE WASH. COME HOME JACKIE. COME HOME BROOKE.

61 Comments:

At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 4:06:00 AM PDT , Blogger lime said...

oh gawpo, that was WONDERFUL!!! so much fodder there to be mined. so much i want to ask you more about since i am a newcomer to your little corner here

and as requested here is the link to mine so people can find directions

I am from

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 4:09:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

LIME: Thank you for doing that. I will go and edit a thank you in the post itself. It really was cathartic. Feel free to email me any time. You really got me ta thinkin' 'bout where I'm from. Hugs to you!

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 5:01:00 AM PDT , Blogger lime said...

aww gawpo, twas my pleasure. i was so thankful when someone showed me how to make that work on my mac. likewise my email box is open to you any time.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 5:02:00 AM PDT , Blogger lime said...

re: blogger and pics....sometimes blogger is just really pissy...a flickr account as backup is good for getting around it...i'll email ya ;)

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 5:08:00 AM PDT , Anonymous Brooke said...

This is a fabulous post! I did follow the link to the instructions and will be writing my own post soon... after I'm rested. Did I mention I just worked 12 hrs and need sleep? Thanks for the wonderful post and hope you're feeling well. :)

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 5:27:00 AM PDT , Blogger bazza27 said...

I'm from 'Ull, land of the short post.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 6:10:00 AM PDT , Blogger ARM said...

I am from all the times our mother just sat there thinking in silence when we pulled into our driveway after going to the store as we waited for her in our own meditations, wondering what she was thinking now that we were home.

My mom used to do this to. I have my guesses about what she was thinking, but I'll never be brave enough to ask. I think the truth might make me sad.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 7:40:00 AM PDT , Blogger vicci said...

I really love this post! Loved the videos too! I also live high on a hill surrounded by TREES...BIG TREES....lots of them...in the woods...privacy is the BEST part!

 
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At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 10:42:00 AM PDT , Blogger Paul said...

Mr. G. It's not a MAC issue. My G4, while showing its age, does fine. It's Safari's fault. Download, and start using, Firefox today. You'll be amazed at it's simplicity.

The New Christie Minstrels. Somewhere, on vinyl, they're in the attic. I don't think anybody's been looking for them though.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 11:33:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

LIME: You are quite helpful, m'dear. Looks as that Paul may have solved the problem. I will check my email.

LIME: And I will scope out Flickr.

BROOKIE: You and I work the same duration, different halves of the day, though. Sleep well dahlin'.

BAZZA: 'Ull. Oh.

ARM: Wow. Really? One possibility is that they didn't want to go back inside to face something. Housework? Other chores? Liked being away and just didn't want it to end? Will we ever know unless we ask? And even so, will they even remember why, or realize that they did it?

VICCI: When I saw in your profile that you liked Jesse Colin Young, and then you told me that you and I were at the same concert, and THEN you tell me that you live in the trees, I think: Hey, maybe this IS the one and only Mr. J.C.Y. under a pseudonym. Ok, "Vicci" or whoever you are----cough it up. It's YOU Jesse, isn't it? Just admit it! lol

PAUL: Like Joe says, you are a sharp one. I will try that my friend. Thank you. Look for links soon as proof.

"On the big rock candy mountain, the cops have wooden legs." That was my favorite line in that song. Also, the hens lay softboiled eggs and they hung the jerk that invented work.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 3:10:00 PM PDT , Blogger Sheila said...

I enjoyed reading where you are 'from'.I've read this on other blogs, but yours is more real..!
As for your friend's plane, sheesh...you know me, I think a 757 is too small, and then you start talking about FABRIC !!
..uh-uh!
I would need industrial strength hyponosis to get me up in one of those babies..!!!
BTW..love your photos..AND Louis Prima..
Hugs shugs
xx

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 3:41:00 PM PDT , Blogger somewhere joe said...

How do I dig thee? You recount the ways... Family. Figs. Firs.
Trilium and pizza from scratch and incense clouds of knowing and unknowing.

Can't get enought of those fabulous aerials - up where the air is rarified. I can almost count the oysters.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 5:08:00 PM PDT , Blogger goldennib said...

This was really neat. I love the pictures.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 6:18:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Brooke said...

I did have a good nap, and a productive afternoon running errands. And I wrote a post myself on my blog... get over there and read it! lol Does the pushiness remind you of anyone we both know and I'm related to?

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 7:30:00 PM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

SHEILA: Why thank you mightily Ms. MOB. I kinda had a feeling you wouldn't be climbing into that old fabric plane. Nothing less than an airbus for you, m'lady. Look for Louis in the not-too-distant, this bat channel.

EN ALGUN LUGAR JOSE: You are much less tawdry with how you list your favorite Fs. Me? I just always have to go and add frying foods. Tsk, tsk. And there you go again:this time dropping The Cloud Of Unknowing. Was that Penguin or Zondervan? Can't recall. But I can still see the cover. More aerials are in the offing. Many newly gathered today.

NIBBY: You are neat. And I love yours.

BROOKE: Good, Good, and VERY good. The pushiness, you ask? Well without hesitation I would have to say that it reminds me a lot of your sister, Cindra. Why do you ask? Oh, wait. Was I supposed to say that out loud? Hmmm. Too late now.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 7:58:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Quilly said...

Gawpo -- you will love the Firefox browser. Do as you're told!

And this post was magnificent -- like poetry. Maybe I will give it a spin, too. And you might want to spin by my place for a change. Today's post just might tickle your punnybone.

 
At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 8:00:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Quilly said...

Brooke -- how could you follow that dang link when I just tried and it didn't work?!

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 6:52:00 AM PDT , Blogger Ps said...

I'd seen this in Katherine's blog.I tried doing it but found it too difficult (even I was surprised)
I loved the second photo.

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 8:35:00 AM PDT , Anonymous cindra said...

Gawpo-your where I am from, is MY where I am from. In your two arial shots I can see the first half of my life...I walked across that bridge (when it was all beautiful concrete architectural delight) , holding my grandpa's hand when I was five, I had my first job on that bayfront...to the left of the bridge on the little headland is where we used to hang out when in high school. We had big bonfires on the south jetty beach, and sometimes even keggers...and got away with it somehow. Later in my life I got open water certified out there in that ocean off he south reef. I could go on and on...but I won't. I guess I'll have to do my own where I am from. Thanks for these, and for your own beautiful where I am from. I think you should send it south to the mom and pop. They would love it. And send it to J in Rome...he would love it too.
I love you big...my brubber!

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 9:49:00 AM PDT , Anonymous Quilly said...

Having read your I Am From meme, then Brooke's version, I had to post it, too. Thanks for sharing.

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 10:49:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

Come back for your "individual sessions," each of you. I am touched to the quick. But speaking of quick, I gotta run. Will be back. So check there.

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 11:37:00 AM PDT , Anonymous Brooke said...

Ok, wait a minute... My sister can comment on your post but not mine? what is wrong with this picture?

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 1:45:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Cameron said...

WONDERFUL post; great written and visual imagery.

Greetings from the warm southwest.

 
At Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 9:36:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Jackie said...

Gawpo, you are my hero today! Thank you for your I Am From...it was beautiful. And it made Quilly Sister and Brookie do them....and I love their's, too! I think they should all be framed.

AND....on top of that great post, you have all these beautiful pictures of where we lived for 17 years! So neat to see it from the air. Thanks, dude.

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 6:33:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

QUILLY: I am loving the fox of the fire. And I have your dominatrix qualities to thank!

QUILLY: Which dang link? Mine worked.

PS: Yes. It is a bit tedious. But so rewarding. I am from learning more from the difficult task. Glad you like the pics. More to come if people are not bored.

CHEEN-DRUH!: Ok, remember the old couple who owned the bowling alley before it became the stationary store and then the dance studio? Well, I talked to the husband when I first moved here in '81 (you weren't born yet, of course) and he told me he worked on the bridge construction crew in 19twenty and six and he and his partner ran a wheelbarrow back and forth filled with cement and they would trade off riding in the wheelbarrow on the empty trips. Cool, huh? Things you learn when you stop to smell those older flowers.

The I Am From is mind joggling.

QUILLY: I am off to read the I Am Froms from you and from Brooke.

BROOKE: Perhaps the problem lies in there not being ANY picture. Break into a smawl group; discuss!

CAMERON!!!: Welcome. And so happy to have been able to share the cooler northwest. Guess you know I'll be heading southwest after this. Cheers!

JACKIE: Hello, sweet Momma. It pleases me to please. Isn't it something from the air? Wowzers. I owe this whole I Am From thing to Logo who read me Lime's virgin....er....version over the phone. And yes, I got verklempt. Copy that on the framing them all. Great idea. Loves your way! G

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 7:33:00 AM PDT , Anonymous quilly said...

Gawpo -- I am not sure a real dominatrix would have laughed herself silly while you floundered around in the wrong post looking for a comment you left on someone else's blog altogether. You are a riot.

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 7:36:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

QUILLY: Story of my LIFE! I have to laugh at myself as much or more than the rest of you. lol Thanks for the smile. I am going to go up on the roof and get some snaps of our just-now sunrise. xoxoxoxo G

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 9:26:00 AM PDT , Anonymous cindra said...

Gawpo-but do you remember when it was a skating rink? That was in the 70's. Before I was born of course, or holding hands with Joey during couples skating...

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 10:08:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

Cheen-Druh!: Okay, this means that they never let you in through the secret passage way to the bowling alley. Only certain people we permitted. People who took the time to get to know the owners and listen to their stories about building the bridge. Yeah, you had to walk straight to the back, across the skating rink to get to the bowling alley door. They disguised the door with a full size picture of Bozo The Clown. No kids would approach it.

Even though they were sweaty, I did hold hands with Joey. But that was before he was born.

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 2:59:00 PM PDT , Anonymous Brooke said...

I remember that skating rink well! There was a long narrow set of stairs to enter it and every time I skated there I heard Saturday Night by the Bay City Rollers at least twice!

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 4:47:00 PM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

BROOKE: I even bought skates so I could just go any time without renting. Got 'em at The House Of Bargains for 10 bucks. That's gone, too. I just about lived there. I wonder if we all skated together once or twice and didn't even know what great friends we would be. A lovely thought.

 
At Friday, March 16, 2007 at 5:25:00 PM PDT , Blogger Blue the Spa Girl said...

The shots of the cape are so great. So are all of them to be exact. They always thrill me. What a feeling you must get up there G!
As for the fig trees and pizza, you had me at hello.
Sorry it took me so long to get over here. Life is tres busy. You know that is a lousy excuse right? So please forgive me, Italian-Jewish-Catholic one.

xo

 
At Saturday, March 17, 2007 at 6:07:00 AM PDT , Anonymous Kat said...

You are from an amazing array of experiences and people Gawpo. A treasure in your DNA.

 
At Saturday, March 17, 2007 at 9:37:00 AM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

BLUE TSG: Launching up into the sky gives such a perspective. Every person dear to me, in terms of matter, becomes a tiny, microscopic speck. Yet their importance is huge. Do not forget that the fig trees grow, and the pizza is made, in the land of many thousands of Portuguese. Liguica is on the menu of almost every breakfast joint. Not to mention the SOPAS, but I'll bet only you and I know how to pronounce that one!

CAMP KATBELL: Yes, it's very rich isn't it? I am pround to say it. And I treasure my family and memories dearly.

 
At Saturday, March 17, 2007 at 4:54:00 PM PDT , Blogger LisaOceandreamer said...

I am behind the eight ball here....in terms of time it took to come and comment. Your 'where I'm from' was pure poetry Gawpo. You are one very multifaceted guy with a wicked sense of humor and a very deep side as well.
As for flying in that plane...I'll just watch from blog photos if you don't mind.
AND I see in comments you too like Jesse Colin Young...I am a HUGE fan. Saw the Youngbloods in concert at the Berkeley Greek Theater a million years ago.
Vicci and I had the same obscure answer to a "meme" last year - a Beachboy song "In My Room". I think we all share the same musical beginnings.
XOXO

 
At Saturday, March 17, 2007 at 5:08:00 PM PDT , Blogger Gawpo said...

LISAOCEANDREAMER: I try to not feel bad if I don't get around to everyone as quickly as I would like. That's what archives are for. I go to a blog and see I'm a half dozen "behind" and it just goes that way sometimes. This can't be about pressure in the least. So, do NOT break anything getting here. I love it when you do. Just know that.

I adore In My Room. Now I have to go YouTube it!

You and Vicci are special peeps. I love you both. Kisses and Hugs your way, dear sister.

 
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