At first, we spot bone, skeletons and ribs. We look. Fish, I’d say. Then we notice it is ice and turn away. That first look, though, the eye’s own look, is the […]
Splutt! Fortunately, it was a small asteroid, and from a Near Earth orbit. Looks like it hurt, though. Best to keep an eye on those things! And wear a hard hat.
These geese. Come June, they will be herded with kayaks, put on a truck, killed, and dumped in the landfill. These geese: On a beach that has silted in with road sand […]
Went up to the snowshoe trail up Aberdeen Lake way on Friday. Lots of snowshoe hare tracks this year. It’s good to see, too, that Bobcat is around, breaking trail. Thanks, Bud.
I guess good looks are important whatever the fashion. I was following the coyote trail yesterday… … and what did I see? I guess they thought it said Kitty Kat Matte. I […]
The Similkameen Spotlight has released a story of love and care in the grasslands. You can read it here: https://www.similkameenspotlight.com/news/millions-of-dollars-invested-in-protecting-former-princeton-ranch/. In short, the Nature Trust of British Columbia is investing in this […]
This is applied science as taught by an elm tree. Here’s the elm tree. Do say hi. So, right, you’ve got these long levers for arms, with these fine-fronds at the end […]
Mountains have heads, faces, arms and shoulders. Here’s one of its heads. It’s not a human head, or an animal head at all, yet it’s a head, above Keremeos this morning in […]
As the starlings show, it’s not necessary that everybody do the same thing at the same time. You’re still a member of the flock. Even distance from each other is negotiable. There […]
Larch, black spruce, Douglas fir, western red cedar, alder, red dogwood, and even ponderosa and lodgepole pine. A fine North Okanagan forest. And even some Labrador tea in this swamp. This is […]