It’s a free country. Your choices are limited only by your imagination. Trout Fishing at Gardom Lake What will you chose to protect yourself from radiation? A towel? A cotton hat? An […]
To be close to the spirit of a birch, touch it. Grow still. To view it more quickly, look into the water. There it loses its stillness … … and you gain […]
I have been discussing what it might look like to leave Settler culture’s uses of land and person. Today, the price of this excursion. First, the background: Becoming the Flow The Local […]
Skookum Wawa, in the jargon, Wawa, that sprang up at the intersection of Spanish, Nootka, Chinook, Kalapuyan, Tsinuk, Salishan, Sahaptin, English, French and Russian culture on the Northeast Coast of the Pacific, […]
In this series of posts I am exploring a path towards unity from the scars and threads of the introduction of history with the energy that flows as the land. This is […]
In this series of posts I am exploring what might be required to set colonialism behind us and create a country for our future children’s children’s children, all of us, human, blackbird, […]
In this series of posts I am exploring what might be required to set colonialism behind us and create a country for our future children’s children’s children, all of us, human, loon, […]
We’re all in this together, including the old ones, such as my older brother here. Loon, Gardom Lake (Shuswap) And those ancient travellers from India, who liked the look of things and […]
In slow motion, Síya? berries are bringing themselves down to us. This isn’t a fanciful idea. They really are. It’s exciting to watch. The excitement mounts!
Forget the trees, those weeds. Ridge after ridge, the buckled land is lit with a shimmering green flame.