Dusk is a show at Sunset Valley Farms

December 31, 2013

Sunset Valley Farms resident Art Converse doesn’t need a clock to determine what time of day it is in the tranquil neighborhood located at the foot of Squak Mountain.

He simply listens for the soft pattering wings of the 60-70 geese that fly over the rural valley at both dusk and dawn.

By Greg Farrar Victoria Lee and Art Converse, longtime Sunset Valley Farms residents, stand at the entrance of their neighborhood along Southeast May Valley Road. Behind them is a vacant lot that the community hopes to one day restore and use as a neighborhood gathering spot.

By Greg Farrar
Victoria Lee and Art Converse, longtime Sunset Valley Farms residents, stand at the entrance of their neighborhood along Southeast May Valley Road. Behind them is a vacant lot that the community hopes to one day restore and use as a neighborhood gathering spot.

“Sometimes they’re honking and making all kinds of noise, and sometimes they’re not, and if they’re not, all you hear is whoosh, whoosh, whoosh,” he said.

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