Another day of Autumn fishing waits in the Cariboo grasslands. Fish like living in the grass, too!
Water is key. And air. And incentive. Time for all divers to go to sea.
Not many berries this year. Very small kinnikinnik berries, and that’s about it. And not a lot of them. Berry patch mostly rock, too. Still, the pickers come. … and go. […]
The earth is warming, globally. There are many factors for this warming, including carbon emissions, methane emissions and urbanization (which changes light absorption patterns), among others, likely even including long-term non-human cycles, but […]
In the grasslands of the intermountain west, a seed doesn’t need to be planted in the soil. It falls into a crack in the living skin of the earth, which grows over […]
A grassland slope… Big Bar Esker (An Esker is a river that ran upside down beneath glacial ice.) Flowers in Big Bar Lake. Grassland ground up on the esker… That’s not […]
Ice dropped a stone two miles to its bed. Lichen came. It’s still here. Grass came. It’s still here. Trees have come and gone how many times with fire and wind? Two hundred? Five […]
Water flows.Sometimes this flowing takes 100,000 years. Here’s the bed of a glacier from 12,000 years ago, under the deepest part of the continental ice. This was the divide. 2 miles of […]
Otter Marsh by Big Bar Lake
Fire comes from the centre of the solar system. Water comes from the edge of the solar system. They meet on earth. You would think they might extinguish each other, but no. […]