At Rialto Beach, you make a musical instrument. It plays you, and you are the music. You might have left it as a message for the sea, but the sea will take […]
They don’t keep coyotes out. Beyond that, no beauty.
Check out what Sen’klip nabbed and dropped along his trail. Lovely! Check out what farming looks like in the Okanagan today. Here’s a farmer at work on his farm road in Bella […]
Amazingly, I spotted him first (long after he spotted me.) It was the shape that caught my eye, not his colour. What is amazing about that is that I spotted the female, […]
The land has stories. To say “Hawk hunting chickadees on the edge of The Vineyard at the Rise in Vernon” is not the land’s story. That is the story of a mapped […]
When spooked, run into the open, scan the distance … … and then, rather than following the open grass, step behind a sagebrush and disappear. After that, you dominate the side of […]
At the time of year when the first flowers sport stinkbugs … … and the aspens put out their first leaves, untouched yet by leaf-ming worms… … and cedar bugs frisk about […]
T’kemlips Blessings to you and all your relations in this time of people rising from the earth.
Check out this ring-necked pheasant sneaking away from me through the sagebrush and wild roses. What a guy. But what an environment! We know pheasants mostly by their habit of bolting at […]
Everyone likes grapes, or those who like them. That’s a ring-necked pheasant going uphill, and a … bobcat? going the other way. If you look carefully, you can see some smaller bird […]