I snapped this look at the Minerva Pond while driving to Jim and Anne Faber’s Madronna home in the winter of 1985. Both had been feature writers for the local pulps. Anne was art critic for The Times for a time. Jim was Century 21’s first head of pubic relations before he was called to act as press agent for Mo Udahl in the Department of the Interior during Kennedy’s presidency. Jim was the entire mensch. And he introduced me to Ivar Haglund, which has subsequently taken some of my time. Both Jim and Anne are now long gone. II remember taking a snapshot of Jim outside his home when I arrived there on this slipping trip. Perhaps I’ll find it.