I’m heading out along the bobbing dock to swim south along the shore of Lake Champlain for a couple of miles in my leisurely version of the Australian crawl. I have a book to work on this week, and I’m recalling an essay by William Stafford titled “Writing the Australian Crawl”, a celebration of how that’s what writing is like when you are on, moving in intimate rapport with your chosen element. I’m not fast in the water and I doubt that I’m graceful, but I love to lie sleek and low, turning my head as little as possible when I must take in air, stroking the water without shaking it.
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