PRINT September 1991


From the shadow zone a voice repeats, I will tell you something. Bring your ear to my lips. What you seek is right in front of you: a passage from the prison of the present age, a ticket to the end of this world. A record plays, the needle stuck at a soft, echo-laden plea on behalf of “Just you and I.” It's saying we'll meet again where the known universe intersects with its dreamed double. Please don't be late.

SUMMER VACATION, 1991: a visit to the ruins of Twin Peaks, U.S.A. Lovely Washington scenery (what kind of incredible trees are those?), remarkable view (a majestic waterfall seen from what remains of the Great Northern hotel’s top floor), the discovery of a slice of fossilized cherry pie at the spot where the Double R Diner stood, a pilgrimage to the petroglyph of Owl Cave (so like some prophetic prehistoric map to the homes of the Hollywood stars). I come as a tourist but stay as

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