Episode 51- November 25, 2015
Weather may be the only safe conversation topic in some company. On Thanksgiving Eve, host Jennifer Ellsworth describes a brief history of American weather forecasting and shares Maine's record breaking snows: perfect tidbits to accompany your giblets. She also tells about an unusual Thanksgiving spent in a fondly remembered "crackhouse" and reads a short story about a fearless boy and an operatic ogre, called "The Boy and the Ogre."
"...Once upon a time there was a boy who lived with his mother in a house on the edge of the woods.
Perhaps you saw their house, when it was still there...."
Moon Astrology: Full Snow Moon in Gemini: Talk it up!
76 degrees on July 4, 1776, Burning Down the House and a Dream Juice mother.