Thoughts from a small island in eastern Penobscot Bay, Maine
Friday, December 26, 2008
Cedar waxwings made an appearance migrating through the day before Christmas, Marta wanted me to note. I've seen them most winters I've been here, usually more than there were a couple of days ago; but they are a sweet sight no matter how many.
Emeritus professor of ethnomusicology at Brown University; Fellow of the American Folklore Society; part-time resident of Maine. Several of my scholarly essays may be found at https://brown.academia.edu/JeffToddTiton