Up above Yellow Pond… …I was watching the succulent sun under my feet. And learning a few things from the bunchgrass. And other people. All the time, I was […]
So, you start out with a pretty nice place, with some folks coming by in the summer for some fishing. Big Bar Lake And then the riff riff moves in. Three years, […]
Ah. A doe. Blessed be.
On the plateau, where land, sky and water are flat, that is to say spread out from a line, like leaves, floating, one lives in the sky. One floats here. One barely […]
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 […]
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!
Let’s look at energy by getting going. There is a way forward. You did not make it. No human made it, yet humans have followed it for, perhaps, 10,000 years. Deer made […]
Things are what they are. If you see in that image a boulder covered in two varieties of lichen, you are seeing words and the resonance they make when they draw on […]
Look at what Wikipedia says about democracy: In Ancient Greece, a deme or demos (Greek: δῆμος) was a suburb or a subdivision of Athens and other city-states. … The establishment of demes as […]
For a week now, I’ve been presenting a view of how time and land have a social dimension. Sometimes Being Social Means Backing Away That was my yesterday. Today, I will conclude […]