A couple things from the last ten millennia have seemed worth trying out on the plateau. Canoe Creek Esker and Ball Park Plus a mower. Those are the big contributions of settler […]
Ah. A doe. Blessed be.
Since the glaciers left 10,000 years ago, this esker has been a bare, human, deer, coyote and bear trail between wetlands and brush. Best to call the whole lot of us river […]
This is the forest. This is the way the forests were 200 years ago. Welcome to the Savannas of the Marble Mountain Eskers.
No wasp, no thistle. Big Bar Esker, Marble Mountains No thistle, no wasp.
The day begins. It’s 2 degrees. Lying there is cold. It’s a great time to get up. After all, things happen fast on a rotating planet. Why, 3 minutes later, something great […]
Big Bar Lake, with Damselfly The green colour comes from the bright lake bottom, which is the remains of the bed of an underground glacial river, made of tiny, flat, oval pebbles ground […]