So, I phoned ahead, right, and asked for a strip of land to be tilled for my baby trees. What I didn’t know was that there was a 3/4″-thick piece of rebar […]
The kids learn the ideals of society. Or, better put, the parents try to teach them. But the Earth has its way, and even the lawnmowers succumb to her greater power. Eventually. […]
The little town of sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ, known as Okanagan Falls today, used to be called Dogtown, after Sqexe7, or “Dog Lake” (aka “Horse Lake”, because what is a horse but a big dog?) There […]
Right. Hard at work sleeping in the vineyard, everyone who should have been at work is surprised by the news photographer (me) and begins to make a cunning plan. And what’s that? […]
The hawks don’t even have to ask. Just Another Day of Irony In Canada
Maybe we should stop copying the cultural appropriation of old celtic technology, eh, and get real. Pesticides, Vineyards and Tourists on the Rhine Sometimes it’s hard to keep laughing. Just a thought.
In 1847, it was the Cayuse on the ridgeline, with the lightning flaring from their appaloosa’s eyes and their water monsters painted on their bodies, and early American settlers on the flats […]
Here is a slideshow of some images from the web about orchards in my country. Here’s the reality. They’re not orchards. They are thickets. What do people actually want, though? Why, to camp […]
Beautiful quail, looking out at the world. What doe he see? Not the world!
Do the wealthy build monuments to their power on spiritual sites because they recognize them or because they don’t? Temples were once built by the wealthy for the gods. Now they are […]