They don’t keep coyotes out. Beyond that, no beauty.
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. […]
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 […]
History is the study of what has happened in the past. But what if the Big Sage below, weighted with snow, were history instead? There comes a point where the inner heat […]
If you would like to teach your children or grandchildren how to continue settler culture, the culture of the Hudson’s Bay Company and its network of fur-trading forts in what it termed […]
Below is a powerful map of Southern Okanagan Lake and the Okanogan River, on its route to the Columbia at Brewster. It shows clearly how settlers navigate from one colonial strong point […]
Look at the sun far below, waiting for their water! Look at them all, waiting for the wind!
Here in the winter of settler culture, the cold people, aka lichens, are in bloom. This is their time of glory, when the sun is warm in the thin surface layer above […]
In the November sun, the mullein’s hairs soften its outline in the light. They hold the plant’s water and keep it from the sun. They keep it. In the December fog, the […]
This is how we change the world. We change the world. Mullein Changing the World on Some Crushed Gravel Leftover from Road-Building This is going on across the slope of a gravel […]