Salt Lakes, that live from snow and evaporate in the sun, are terrible for cattle but great for humans, being sacred and all. Long Lake, Canoe Creek Illahie They are a fine […]
Is it the home of my ancestors? Or more inward and mysterious and soaked with light, just metres away? Or both at once? Then again, here in Secwépemc Territory, it is often […]
There are at least a couple different conceptions of the role of women in landscape in these parts. In English, a language that observes this place, she is the “onion” that lowers […]
Look how the light of dawn … … draws itself in at sunrise. And then reveals the story of water ,,, … and air. Are not water, air and light one single […]
Well, when it falls from the sky, it bends over all the bee-catching people, and covers all other trails. There where rain pools, seed falls. Porcupine grass bends willingly to this pressure. […]
Ah. A doe. Blessed be.
250 years old seems a good minimum, and then five years to lose all the needles. Then a Douglas fir is ready for a second life. Where else is a young eagle […]
Since the glaciers left 10,000 years ago, this esker has been a bare, human, deer, coyote and bear trail between wetlands and brush. Best to call the whole lot of us river […]
For 9000 years, this skull has guided people on the esker trail between the mountains and the lakes Big Bar Lake Esker These people were not, and are not, British Columbians. They […]
It’s great when you put yourself out there and wait and wait and wait… … and then one day the guests come. Thanks for visiting my blog, eh!