The Wrack Line and Oregon Beaches

Wrack Line Blog "about" and "AD policy" can be found below the picture.       What's a "Wrack Line"

What's NEW in the Wrackline blog?

Check out the breakfast biscuits, in the "Tasty Breakfast Ideas" Category. They're made with pancake mix and some cold cereal!

New Category: "Quick Nutritious Lunches". Check out "Jimmies Quick Saute" in that page. Want a way to quickly add sauteed vegetables to an existing dish, but won't want to spend the extra time? This describes how.

47 NEW tracks added to "Jimmie's Top 250 Ambients!

NEW Addition: Entries from Jimmie's Journal." The home page will feature a quote from my journals, which span from 1975 to the present. It is hoped that these little quotes may lead to a little extra depth of feeling for you, and that some of them might even lead to a greater understanding of our relationship to the Universal Consciousness. There's also a new "Categories" link for past entries.
 Click the audio player below for some quiet music to accompany your reading, if you want to.

9/1980: Rain, Air, Clouds, and Words
 It has just rained heavily, and the air is opulent with rich moisture and the heady fragrance of damp grass. The air seems renewed - having caressed the Earth and the trees with its gift of life-giving water - and now is free to clear off after several days of cloudiness.
 But did the rain come only because of the air - or was it because the earth demanded the rain; all the plants and trees and insects and animals, and we who live in parched climates, desired the rain - insisting that the air bring the water. Are not the earth and the air one?
 Or is the air perhaps part of the ocean? Go down to the seashore and hear the roar of the waves and then go up into the mountains and hear the roar of the wind - they are the same sound. The air brings the water up to the landlocked land and all its inhabitants who have moved too far away from the sea.
 So the air is alive then, and the clouds are the air’s breath.
What are the clouds if they are not the air breathing into the sky?

 Do we who sense the Life speak these words, or are they demanded of us, like the earth demands the rain? Existence is alive, and it draws the words out and demands that they be said...

Fernhill sunset

Click the player to listen to the author's "Ambient 9".
It's just a little quiet synth piece.

Wrackline "about":

The Wracklineblog started with the "Hwy 101 Beaches" links. These lead to individual pages covering more than 70 beaches from Astoria, Oregon down to Brookings, Oregon. Each page has beach/park information, usually a picture of the entrance sign, and one or more scenic pictures taken by the author.        Here's an illustrated sample

 However, the Wracklineblog has expanded, and now has photography tips, an exhaustive list of the most moving ambient music, and a growing health/nutrition section, with vegetarian recipes and nutrition information, and various essays, including the newly-added "excerpts from Jimmie's Journals". Some "HTML coding" references and a cool HTML color tool have also been added.

Wrackline "AD Policy":

NO ads! NOTHING that moves! Period.
 However some of the sections have links that will allow you to purchase books and/or other items. For example, the Photography Tips section offers links to purchase the cameras/lenses that were used to create all the pictures in the blog. If you have an interest for any of these books or items, purchasing them by way of these links will provide a little extra income for the author, who is retired.


Hwy 101 Beaches General Info Chasing the Big Wave Action Big Wave SLIDE SHOW Hwy 101 Beaches (North) Hwy 101 Beaches (South) Improve your Landscape Photos 47 new songs Jimmie's "Top 250 Ambients" Kon-Mari Tidying and Life Changes Biscuits! Some TASTY Breakfast ideas NEW Quick, nutritious lunches Vegetarian dinner recipes Notes on the Common Cold Vertigo Notes

From Jimmie's Journal

NEW Journal Entries Previously Posted


Star Wars and Eastern Philosophy Christmas Reveries The Christmas Light How to Light Campfires with Wet Wood Campfire Reveries The Sea at Padre Island Texas Stadium Implosion Getting an MRI - with some humor Our Health Care System is BROKEN

HTML/CSS Goodies

HTML and CSS References Using "display" property for HTML Layout HTML Color/Pattern Tool