american beauty grateful dead

Long before there were machines to work out on and competitive sports to remain moving and before wars were being fought, man didn't think about conditioning as a means of keeping healthy. He simply knew if he didn't hunt, he wouldn't eat and when he didn't run, something would hunt him. They were tough times that focused simply on survival. '10 February. The Peregrine flew north across the valley. He was half miles away, but I could see the brown and black of his wings, the shining gold of his back. The pale cream of his tail coverts looked like a band of straw twisted across the base of his tail. Thinking he'd return downwind, I went into fields with the river to watch for him. I stood in the lee of the hawthorn hedge, looking through it on the north, sheltered in the bitter wind'