Monteagle, Tennessee, our new home, sits astride a narrow arm of the South Cumberland Plateau. All around is a maze of high bluffs and deep coves, extending in every direction of the compass. At our home we can watch the sunrise from the front porch, and watch it set from the side deck.
I’m weaving a set of placements for our table here at Dayenu, which I’ve named “Monteagle Sunset,” The color of the summer sky when you stand at the edge of the bluff, beyond the trees, and watch the reds and yellows, the pinks and the golds, as the sun goes down.
“There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.”
― Jo Walton