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!
The Government of British Columbia says that Kickininee … The Government’s Image of Kickininee …and its other points in Southern Okanagan Lake isolated by Highway 97 have no historical value, only […]
As we work to express our identities as people of this land (as distinct from people who live on this land) … Chelan River … we do well to remember that the […]
It’s a beautiful book. Designed, by the looks of it, to be sold as a gift shop memento, Victorian perhaps. Note the trompe d’oeil of the bug on the cover, which takes […]
Canadians are such nature lovers. Look how this family has spent $1,000,000 easy to build a bird house… … for swallows! No expense spared.
I have been asked how pre-modern experience … Buffalo Eddy can relate to post-modern experience. Disturbed Doe It would be a pleasure to just be able to say, hey, they are the […]
Let’s say you are along the river and want to make an important map. To learn how, why not go to Buffalo Eddy on the Snake? There are patterns here. Buffalo Eddy […]
The double-flowered plum my father planted to give away to friends has found a home here, while he has gone to sea forever. After two years, she has a visitor! I like […]
Last year’s wild cherries meet this year’s blossoms. How cool is that! Let’s remember that a fascination with death and rebirth is often a cultural inheritance from our celtic ancestors and that […]
Who said Chinese elms have no place here, eh. It wouldn’t be spring without the mourning cloaks! In the Similkameen they are deep purple, the colour of spring catkins. Here in the […]