I’ve watched loons intimately for 25 years, and I just noticed a couple of splendid bits of camouflage for the first time. The light was right. First, the tail. Not only does […]
Somebody loves snow buckwheat. Best not to plant lavender in its place, don’t you think?
Don’t be so sure! I mean, when there are hungry sharp-shinned hawks around, a squirrel’s gotta do what a squirrel’s gotta do, eh.
When lakes take to the air, they get curious … …and I am glad (which is the completion of curiosity, in this odd binary language we are trying to converse in.) It […]
Unfortunately, he practiced phenomenological philosophy (PPP! whew!) instead.
Every day, all day, he keeps watch. We have a winery that calls its shtoof and burble Calliope, but forget that. The thing to remember about him (and his magenta neck ruff, […]
Traffic coming the other way? Kind of dawwwwwwwdling in the middle of the lane?Not wearing contrasting clothing? Dogs and bicycles and people who hate people without legs coming soon? Here’s what to do […]
Human spring. Bella Vista Spring. Human spring. Bumblebee Spring. Human Spring. Coyote’s Front Yard Spring. Human Spring. Okanagan Lake Spring. Dynamite Spring. Deer Trail Spring. Grassland spring. Only one is called progress, […]
Windy day up on the hill. No bees, but many flowers making themselves all pretty for them. That’s a beautiful flower. When you’re from this place, it’s the only one for you, […]
The big sage that held water for years against the pull of the sun, and grew thick with time, now holds water and earth in place by stopping the wind in its […]