For around forty years, the provincial government has been financially supporting this method of apple growing. Looks pretty modern and efficient, doesn’t it! It’s very seductive. Bankers and government officials love it. […]
Imagine you are sitting among your ancestors, and you ask them, “What is the meaning of life?” and they answer with this: What do they mean? Oh, sure, some of them are […]
It looks … … readable… … doesn’t it! And starlings are called pests. Ha!
Yeah, but they are leaving clouds as gifts. The vineyard, not being used to living here, is unmoved.
Water has a surface tension. It divides light into bands of energy. It keeps some and sends more away, but not evenly. So does mullein. In mullein’s case, it covers its pulpy, […]
Light water technology works better. Okanagan Lake Rising Up and Washing Over Turtle Point
Inland from the Pacific, on the west coast of Cascadia, the Salish Sea fills the glacially-carved mountain valley system between Vancouver Island and the older island chains lifted into the sky in […]
Looking east along the 50th Parallel Campbell River, Vancouver Island, 7:15 a.m.
If we call this wetland, runoff, mud, rot, ditch or swamp, we are talking about a social relationship to it, and not the thing itself. If we call the beautiful surface of […]
A couple weeks ago, I told you about a hole that frequently appeared in the clouds above the city of Coldstream. Here’s a picture of it taken five days ago… The image […]