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Sat., Oct. 24, 2009, 1:55 p.m.

A quiet day in autumn…

AP Photo/Don Ryan

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AP Photo/Don Ryan (The Spokesman-Review)

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AP Photo/Don Ryan

This colorful fall canopy above a Portland-area pedestrian is a familiar sight this time of year, given that we have so many parks, each filled with a full spectrum of colors of the autumn palette. There is something that promotes introspection when one is shuffling through piles of leaves in the various parks, as we once again make the turn from late summer to fall, and heading toward winter.

Although we have many projects pending like invisible swords of Damocles that are hanging over our heads, natty little business projects that have been hanging around undone for months, still the thought of wandering around the countryside gamboling among the fallen leaves, voyaging through our introspections, is a tempting morsel.

[Fading toward the early afternoon] Now that we have our power restored (another of Avista's unexplained outages) and the incessant screaming of the UPS's singing like a mad chorus of raunchy jaybirds, it is time to be about business for awhile.

What are you doing today, this absolutely beautiful fall day? Are you introspective?


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