Rain falls on humans, but to fish it sets the surface of the world into speech. But doesn’t it do the same to humans? Rain makes us us. ~ Penticton Japanese Garden
Meet My Trail Cutting Team
Good listeners, and conversationalists, too. Any place worth going to is in their footsteps. Thanks, ladies.
Dragon Breathing Darkness
Time to put the bird-watching book aside and write a dragon-watching book, I think!
Puddinhead Mountain Wakes
In the valley that raised me and gave me my children, the old volcanic country of the Similkameen, filled with the gravel glaciers gouged out of the Okanagan to the east, the […]
Sun Still Sleeping
Checking out the sun, where she’s hiding within the earth… hmmm. Still sleeping. Here’s what she looked like when she came out last year. Worth waiting for!
Water Has Memory
When a breeze shifts the old cat tail stalks, the energy skin on the water kinks, again and again. Water remembers each kink. Then the greater memory kicks in and the energy […]
A Canadian Education
Canada is a big country. Here’s a tiny piece of it in the west. What you’re looking at is a bit of a collision between a volcano and a seabed off the […]
The Knives of Spring Start Cutting
Snow that has dropped down through the thatch has touched the earth and is carrying it back to the sky.
What Dead Trees Are For
Raven Doesn’t Share
Tease. And showing off with those wings. Sheesh. Hurts, you know.