Staff at The Highlander are often asked if we are ready for the eclipse on Aug. 21. While the question is valid, it is being posed to the wrong group.
Long ago I was a student of Paul Torrance, an educator and leading authority on creative thinking.
The possibility of Highlands having a massive influx of visitors for the solar eclipse, as we are in the stretch of totality, has a lot of people guessing what the situation will actually be like.
I’m writing this piece on Monday, exactly two weeks before the Great American Solar Eclipse. Many Highlanders have been dreaming and speculating about it.
It’s black berry season, and I’m picking. I want to also pick a few local items, and share them.