When it got down to 20 Below last week, ice appeared along the ditch of the Grey Canal Trail in Vernon. This is not ice from the water the city has been […]
A young buck strolls along the canal trail in the fog. Then down to some human fruit trees and tasty shrubberies. There’s a gathering of does a kilometre away and the older […]
Seriously. Here’s an image of the Grey Canal trail in the Okanagan Valley, the syilx homeland that Canada claimed as its own in 1871. Every single plant you see in this image, […]
Alfalfa flowers make exquisite salad, with a bright green flavour drenched in honey. Let us just give a little leeway to our fellow diners! There’s enough to share.
First, the approach to the pool. Use your cautious, worm-stalking, one-spurt-at-a-time approach, cuz that’s what you got. Then the plunge. Nice! Don’t forget the ears. Rest. It’s important to rest. Catch your […]
A lovely day for bumble bees. The beauty hangout today is the vetch on the hill. Pretty nice for an escapee from a hay bale! And of course, the queen of the […]
A book is a portable device for storing and sharing information, using multiple screens viewed in sequence to lead its readers through narratives of time. If there is no narrative of time, […]
Problem: Petroleum Mucking up the Air? Solution: De-muck it. How: Plant a tree. The image below shows City of Vernon land used as a road to access a water pumping station. The […]
Quail Day on the Hill Good form, team!
In summer, this elm casts cool darkness. Now, with the energy of wind and cold, it casts a shadow of light and heat. It’s not just elms! The cottonwoods below do very […]