Morning Glory in the morning. Morning Glory in the evening. A Plant Doesn’t Have to Be Edible to Be Useful! If you plant morning glory (or let the weeds grow, as these […]
I spent the day yesterday at Tree to Me, an organic orchard in the Similkameen Valley. The apples were in bloom. Before grafting some apple trees and maintaining the grafts I put […]
Deep in the Interior rainforest along Kootenay Lake grows an ancient yew. She is a beautiful one as the snow melts around her, that’s for sure. Yews are incredibly slow growing, but, […]
It would be nice to think of water soaking into the soil, and all that ground below us being recharged with rain and draining down to the lake and cycling around. The […]
Water has a surface tension. It divides light into bands of energy. It keeps some and sends more away, but not evenly. So does mullein. In mullein’s case, it covers its pulpy, […]
When it gets too hot and bright out … … there is always the dark. Spider runs the solar shuttle best.
After nearly two months without a sky, only smoke, the dragon showed itself four nights ago. Tonight, it is once again obscured in smoke. I sure miss the sky! I never realized […]
It’s simply beautiful how it is done. First, water sorts out the finest grains of silt, and deposits them on the surface of low points in the earth, filling them in. Then […]
The sun was too bright to look at, even in 90% eclipse today, but I got a couple images for you. First, a peach in my garden taken at full eclipse, against […]
This is how to walk through the face of the sun. Pretty great, eh! NASA, sorry guys, but we’re already there.