Things are what they are. If you see in that image a boulder covered in two varieties of lichen, you are seeing words and the resonance they make when they draw on […]
I’ve been staring at this beaver lodge for years. Big Bar Creek I thought at first, well, yes, it’s a good model for a house. And sure enough, the Secwepemc who are this land […]
I’ve been asked: what’s the point of all this? Good question. Here, this is the point. Big Sage and Crested Wheat Grass Lots of points In a culture that gives priority at […]
Let’s be practical. Things are what they are. If you ask a question of the earth, you need to place something in the earth. It will answer, according to what you have […]
Leave it in the grass. It’s working. ~ Stone found and honoured at Battle Creek.
There is ancient stone. There are dead (grey) lichens, thriving orange and yellow ones, and some green ones doing very well. There are flakes of stone that have broken off, scattering the […]
Volcanic landscape, right? Wrong. It’s made by water. Neskonlith Falls Below is the old periglacial lake bottom of Glacial Lake Kamloops. That flat land is the bottom of the lake. The train […]