Sunrise? No, Lakerise!
At first, we spot bone, skeletons and ribs. We look. Fish, I’d say. Then we notice it is ice and turn away. That first look, though, the eye’s own look, is the […]
Splutt! Fortunately, it was a small asteroid, and from a Near Earth orbit. Looks like it hurt, though. Best to keep an eye on those things! And wear a hard hat.
These geese. Come June, they will be herded with kayaks, put on a truck, killed, and dumped in the landfill. These geese: On a beach that has silted in with road sand […]
I guess good looks are important whatever the fashion. I was following the coyote trail yesterday… … and what did I see? I guess they thought it said Kitty Kat Matte. I […]
Four days ago, I pointed out that not every architect is up to the job, given that this slope eroding into mud just weeks after being “completed.” I gave you a closeup, […]
Here’s a cottage on the hill in Vernon. Sometimes there are people in it, standing on the deck, looking out over God’s Kingdom. Not often, though. Note the pair of doors for […]
Not every architect is up to the job. Nice flat access to the road, yard from hell, but, come on, that mud cliff? Really? Someone needs a refund. Have a closer look. […]
Blue bunch wheatgrass has been used to stabilize slopes in The Rise subdivision here in Vernon. The goal was to do so in an environmentally-friendly manner, to compensate for irreplaceable habitat lost […]
Under the snow, it’s spring. Under stone, it’s the same. Where the sun intensifies and molten water collects, it’s spring. This is when the rock is mined for nutrients that feed the […]