November 8, 2005

Finding a sunny spot amid the long shadows.

Even this late in the fall, students bask on Bascom Hill:

Bascom Hill

6 comments:

R C Dean said...

As a former Madison resident for over a decade (moved to Dallas last year) your pictures of the campus, capitol, and State Street always take me back.

Looks like a little welcome global warming in Madision this fall - I don't remember green grass in November, and definitely remember some snowy days by this time of year (especially in the early to mid-90s).

Fall in Madison is wonderful.

Ann Althouse said...

I'm really thinking global warming too. It was in the 60s again today!

Brendan said...

They'll be sledding down it next month.

Jacques Cuze said...

It's nice to find a sunny spot amid the long shadows. You may wish lay out in the sun and read up on some of that material you've been avoiding. Seems like just about 80% of the country cares about something that you have thought they could not care less about.

How is it that you were so wrong in judging what the American People think? What is your duty as a citizen to learn about things that you will not be paid for?

Please be part of the solution...!

Icepick said...
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Ruth Anne Adams said...

Were there any baskin' robins on that hill?

Mmmm....Ice cream.....