This episode is broadcast from John Stewart's yard in St. Petersburg, Florida, where he has created an amazing State park-like setting for his daughter Alison, who is online learning from home because of the Covid19 Pandemic. There is an herb garden, a salad garden and a greenhouse as well as a chicken coop and three hens, Dr. Anna Dixon, Zora Neale Hurston and Margaret. Alison has a well-trained three year old leopard-spotted Gecko named Gecky who goes to school online with her at home. They have a show dog Havanese, Niki, who is 12 pounds of fierce. They have a cat named Frye, who prefers his own company to anyone else's most of the time. There is camp for the hens (Camp Hen-derson) and a fire pit area camp for people who visit. We wear masks. John Stewart teaches his daughter about how to see the stars and this week she learns about the Great Conjunction. When she smells the rich burning embers of the fire pit, Elizabeth Boyle remembers a visit in June of 2018 to the Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, near Charleston. Then she plays the voice and singing of the Plantation Re-enactor she heard at The Gullah Theater on the grounds of the old slave plantation in the Palmetto Islands State Park. Then they talk about the historic origins of the Winter Solstice and the parallels today to the rich and the poor of our own time. They end by wishing everyone Happy Winter Holidays and the Best for the New Year, 2021.