Well met on the coyote trail. (It’s a big pic, just click it.) The world we share… Fruit for us, bark for her.
High above the valley… …a rock catches the rain, and a saskatoon bush lives off of it. Not Much Cover Way Up Here Even the deer have to really work to find […]
These look like the weeks of waiting, and watching. Hmmm… Mosquito in her Rocky Lair (March 3, 2013) Hanging around shivering until spring and the first humans in bathing suits and T-shirts? […]
Here’s an example of porcupine cherry tree pruning: Porcupine Art on Grassland Choke Cherry Instead of brush strokes, thinks tooth strokes. Think: playing a cello with your teeth. And no strings. And […]
Look who has been up in the ravine eating the bark off of choke cherry trees and now has places to go that entail a very slow walk across the face of […]
Somebody read that hawthorns grow wild here. Domestic varieties show up in low-water gardening just about everywhere, with their pretty pink flowers and their red berries for the birds. Full marks for […]
Perhaps a museum is for preserving valuable cultural artifacts of more than personal significance and which might otherwise not be available for purposes of public renewal. Things like this: Pumphouse on the […]