Central British Columbia is going up in flames. Towns in which I used to live, with my friends, have been evacuated in the face of fire. We got off the plateau just […]
Usually the mound is above the nest. Not a requirement, though!
I mentioned yesterday that it is the genius of science that it separates the components of a scene in order to be able to say what it does know and what it […]
A year ago, I showed these berries. This year, I tasted them. They taste like this: You can be the wasp, if you like, but it’s really standing in for a bear. […]
Sturdiness is a prime attribute for construction on the high plateau. Cleverness is better. After all, there are hawks.
Things are just what they seem. Like dreams, the act of looking into water has no words. And it can’t be given any, except the simplest ones: blue, log, deep, water, light, wet, […]
Imagine, you put your heart here for a time. Then you walk here across the grass and leave your mind. Perhaps it will meet a bear later. Then you walk further into the […]
I’ve watched loons intimately for 25 years, and I just noticed a couple of splendid bits of camouflage for the first time. The light was right. First, the tail. Not only does […]
Scientific culture tells us there is no relationship between this energy … … and this energy … … or this one … … but it does propose a series of material causes and […]
Two years ago, a mama bear taught her cub how to find grubs at Big Bar Lake, by knocking the cap off this old tree carcass. This year, as a two-year-old kicked […]