Wild, a spoken-word musical tribute to weasels, inspired by an encounter in Chester Park

A celebration of the weasel family (mustelids) inspired by an encounter I had with a least weasel in the deep woods portions of Chester Park Ravine, which led to a re-reading of Annie Dillard’s essay, “Living Like Weasels.”

Music and spoken word performed by David Syring. Art by Leonardo Da Vinci (Lady with Ermine) and Jonathan Kingdom (weasel head drawing). Other images were found online and are licensed for use under Creative Commons.

Because sometimes you have to spend a Saturday morning reacquainting yourself with the editing software you expect your students to learn … and because WEASELS!

Some of the oddball fruits of playing with toys in my underground den.

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