Why go around? The water’s fine. Indeed.
It’s not always a flow. I’m almost home from my gathering. We will follow our history again soon. Ultimately, though, just to give you a hint, we’re going here. Not that any […]
Here’s a plow rigged up with a three point hitch at Nespelem on the Colville Indian Administration lands. It’s a good lesson to contemplate, while I continue on my own walkabout.
I’m off gathering for a spell. While I’m gone, here’s an image from the McNary National Wildlife Preserve (in the U.S. land claim), taken at a distance so the shotgun shell casings […]
Colonization has methods, just like the blueprints of a house. For example, if you are French and trying to colonize land in North America, you might like to stick to the methods […]
Dancing in the sun. Among the lettuce seeds caught on their way to the stars. A slow dance. Tra-la-la. In three dimensions, yet. That all took an hour. When the sun went […]
The Texas Revolution went badly for the two Mexican generals who tried to stop it. Their police action, to enforce an anti-slavery law, was a new, utopian experiment for Mexico. Under Spanish […]
You have probably noticed that I live in what is usually called “Canada”, a country claiming the northern half of North America. You’ve probably guessed that I travel on a Canadian passport. […]
After a meditation on what the benchlands of the mid-Similkameen produces on its own at The Place of Yellow Flowers… it’s time to return to the orchards that are there now. In […]
Blind Creek, “the place of yellow flowers”, might indicate “rabbit brush…” …the bright, feathered sage that catches the sun in October and draws in jewelled bee flies, with their dense, brightly-coloured fur […]