Cascadia: The Once and Future Utopia I’ve been hard at work, putting ten years of explorations of Cascadia into a beautiful presentation. It is an honour to be asked by Okanagan Express […]
They don’t keep coyotes out. Beyond that, no beauty.
Up periscope! Down periscope! (And that’s all there is to it.)
It’s a lot of work to break down through the snow with your hooves and try to find some grass, especially some nice fresh green grass in the middle of the winter. […]
This is a map of south-central British Columbia. In certain cultures, it is called lichen hanging off the dead lower branches of a tree. Here’s what some cultures call a map: […]
On the eastern edge of the dry grasslands, the ocean builds a rainforest far, far inland. It has its treasures. To find them, it’s best to put snowshoes on and take your […]
Look at the cloud move south past Squally Point, keeping to the east, and Okanagan Mountain. Note the waves coming onto the Peachland Beach. Thing is, there is no wind. It is […]
It can be done. Humans aren’t the only ones who have fun around this place, I tell ya!
So, about a metre of snow has fallen in the last two weeks, with about half of that remaining. The rest melted or evaporated. It does that here, in this dry climate. […]
Snow, then sun, then snow, then wind, then sun, with both wind and sun coming in at a low angle, but not too much sun, turns the bunchgrass into a series of […]