Here is a post-glacial stone concentrating the landscape into will, in the way a will deor nes, a “wild deer cape” was a royal hunting preserve, designed to transfer Earth’s energy into […]
Here is the Similkameen Valley in The British Columbia. This is the land that holds me, and which made me, just below the foreground slope (Mount Kobau). Just behind it is the […]
After four decades, some things kind of break down. It’s the way of things. But, still, a green house past it’s tomato nursery days is still a great place to hunt out […]
A very good question was asked about my neighbourhood: Priest Valley from the Bella Vista Hills My house is hidden by the slope on the right. Or, if not a question, […]
It would be nice to think of water soaking into the soil, and all that ground below us being recharged with rain and draining down to the lake and cycling around. The […]
I have been challenged to explain how my beautiful observations can be economically viable. This one in particular, this beautiful rock melting the snow away. Well, there are many dimensions to economic […]
So sweet now. What a great crop this year. Merry Juniper Harvest!
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, […]
We had an inspiring discussion in Kelowna the other night. https://okanaganokanogan.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=35870&action=edit One of the things that came out of it was a conversation on the work being done to bring back the […]